DALLAS (105.3 THE FAN) – Is there anyway Jerry Jones could be forced to give up the Dallas Cowboys? According to a new report this morning, it could happen.

It’s no secret the Cowboys and their owner have been in headlines recently. According to Mike Florio with Pro Football Talk- multiple NFL owners have discussed what is called a “nuclear option.”

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The ‘nuclear option’ essentially allows the NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to force an owner to forfeit a team if the owner, “has been or is guilty of conduct detrimental” to the NFL.

So why would the other Billionaire owners want to do this?

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First there was the Zeke saga (which is still going on). Lately, Jerry Jones speaking out against a contract extension for commissioner Roger Goodell…in which there are reports that he’s filed a lawsuit to block the move. Now, according to this report, some of the owners believe Jones instigated Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter to speak out against the NFL a few weeks ago – blaming the league for a decline in ratings and thus Papa John’s revenue.

By the way, Jerry Jones owns about 120 Papa John’s stores in Texas.

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Will it happen? Will the Billionaires battle? We will have to wait and see.