Dallas Cowboys proprietor Jerry Jones apologizes for level related slur

Dallas Cowboys proprietor Jerry Jones released a conciliatory sentiment Tuesday for utilizing an overly critical term to depict

little individuals while honoring a group leader who as of late died.

Jones involved the term in sharing recollections about previous Cowboys exploring chief Larry Lacewellf

a vital figure in Dallas' run of three Super Bowls titles during the 1990s.

"Recently I caused a reference which I to comprehend may have been considered to be hostile. I am sorry,"

Jones said in a proclamation Tuesday night.

Addressing columnists at the Cowboys instructional course in Oxnard, California

Jones said Lacewell was dependably a well known figure who drew a crowd of people at whatever point he talked.

"I will get me someone, a (M-word), to stand up there with me and dress him up like Lace and think Lace is still over here assisting at training with us,"

a grinning Jones said. "Yet, here it is to Lace―really, and I'm not kidding around about that."

"The dwarfism local area has voiced that they like to be alluded to as midgets, little individuals, individuals of diminutive height or having dwarfism, or essentially, 

"The dwarfism local area has voiced that they like to be alluded to as midgets, little individuals, individuals of diminutive height or having dwarfism, or essentially, and most ideally