There you have it, Cowboys Nation. According to President Donald Trump, the Cowboys will indeed stand for the national anthem Sunday as they host the Los Angeles Rams at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
The Cowboys took a knee as a team before the flag was unfurled then stood for the national anthem Monday night. Since then, Trump has taken to Twitter to say he never heard booing as loud as he did when the Cowboys took a knee, but he did like them linking arms during the anthem, calling that progress.
Per the Dallas Morning News, Prescott was asked for his thoughts after he was informed of the tweet.
"That's between them, I guess," Prescott said. "I'm not here to judge what the president said. I mean, he's free to speak just like the rest of us are. He's going to say whatever he wants. We've all figured that out.
"For me, it's just about doing the best I can to help this team and show unity about what we're trying to accomplish in this country."
Prescott and tight end Jason Witten said the team hasn't had a chance to meet yet to discuss what it intends to do before and during the anthem Sunday afternoon when the Cowboys host the LA Rams. The quarterback did say the feedback he's gotten about what the team did before its game with Arizona has been positive.
"It's all been positive feedback for me for the most part," Prescott said. "I'm sure it's something we will talk about with the team, with the coaching staff and figure out what we want to do, if we want to continue to do something like that going forward."