By: Josh Clark 

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DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) – Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told 105.3 The Fan that he disagreed with the NFL’s decision to reject Randy Gregory’s appeal over his third suspension for substance abuse.

The NFL confirmed a one-year ban for Gregory on Thursday. The defensive end has already received a four-game and a ten-game suspension for his first two violations.

Jones told the GBAG Nation that he thought there was a “slim chance” Gregory would get his suspension overturned, but it was expected that it wouldn’t be.

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Gregory has failed or missed six drug tests during his time associated with the league.

He returned to the Cowboys lineup from his existing 10-game drug-violation suspension for the last two weeks of this season.

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