Cowboys stand 'Arm in Arm' with Dallas police chief

On the same day that Michael Bennett criticized NFL players for not speaking out on social issues, the Cowboys invited Dallas police chief David Brown and Dallas mayor Mike Rawlings to address the team.

NFL Media's Omar Ruiz tweeted out a picture of Brown speaking to the Cowboys in Oxnard, California.

The Cowboys released a statement prior to their afternoon practice.

The team has received league approval to wear decals reading "Arm in Arm" on their helmets in support of police during preseason games. The Cowboys have also have reached out to the NFL for permission to display the decal during the regular season, too.

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