​The Cowboys weren't even done dealing with the NFL before taking on another battle with the league. 


Now that the ​Ezekiel Elliott case has been settled and he is serving his suspension, the Jerry Jones-Roger Goodell clash is fully in the spotlight.


Jones has ​threatened to sue the NFL if they extend Goodell's contract as commissioner, and in response, other ​NFL owners said they'd force Jones out of Dallas if he were to do so.


The Cowboys owner clearly didn't take that threat seriously, saying it's "laughable" and "ridiculous" to think other owners could take away his franchise from him. 

​​The NFL's Compensation Committee gave Jones a cease-and-desist warning in response to his threat to sue the league, but Jones doesn't seem too concerned. 


"The Committee is continuing its work towards finalizing a contract extension with the Commissioner, consistent with the mandate provided in the unanimous May 2017 Resolution," Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank said in his statement. 


"Regardless of what may have been reported, the Committee is working within the financial parameters outlined to the ownership at the May meeting," he added. 


You think that's gonna stop Jerry? No way. 

"He has 18 months," Jones said during the interview. "We've got all the time in the world to extend him. We need to slow this train down."


The committee consists of six owners. Jones, who was a seventh, non-voting member, was terminated after his threat to sue the league. 


Jerry Jones and family members involved in the organization say they just want what's best for the league. 


Maybe that involves his own family?

Things are just heating up in this debate, and it's clear Jerry is not backing down.