San Franciso 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman is calling out those in the NFL who have chosen to stay silent amid the nationwide protests against racism and social injustice, especially Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.

“It’s not pulling them like it is the rest of the country,” Richard Sherman told the San Francisco Chronicle. “Because if it was, then they’d speak. Jerry Jones, especially, has no problem speaking up any other time about anything else. But when it’s such a serious issue, and he could really make a huge impact on it with a few words, his silence speaks volumes.”

Although a lot of the members of the NFL have come out in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, including commissioner Roger Goodell, there are still personalities like Jerry Jones who have opted to stay silent. Sure enough, as the 49ers star highlighted, their silence speaks volumes.

After being in the league for more than 30 years now, there's no question that Jerry Jones is one of the most influential figures in the entire NFL. The Cowboys owner is one of the most familiar voices in the league and has never been shy of asserting his views. In 2017, Jones announced that there will be no room for kneeling during the national anthem in his squad, which was echoed by his son Stephen Jones the year after.

To date, there has been no statement from the Jones about the current social movement that has shocked the nation. The Cowboys released a video in support of the cause which featured starting quarterback Dak Prescott. However, the said clip did not directly feature the Jones family in any way.