The NFL Players Association will reportedly claim it hasn't dealt with owners severely enough in the Deshaun Watson appeal case.

According to reports that the NFLPA contained an inventory of indiscretions made by the owners Jerry Jones, Robert Kraft, and Daniel Snyder.

Jones was interviewed by Clarence E. Hill Jr. on Sunday night. The Cowboys owner gave a blunt response.

Jerry Jones

It's a typical players' association comeback," he told Hill. "That is the way to go about it. It is the practice to make a statement

to the public that you didn't penalize for something like that. Everyone knows that each case involving a player

Deshaun Watson

and every case involving non-players of the NFL have dramatically divergent facts. That is the only difference in the world.

Watson was suspended initially by the team for six matches, on the basis of an order by judge Sue Robinson.

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Jones was interviewed by Clarence E. Hill Jr. on Sunday night. The league has decided to appeal the decision and is expecting a harsher penalty. 

Jerry Jones