Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott said the team ironed out what it needed to in Wednesday's team meeting with owner Jerry Jones.
Head coach Jason Garrett followed up Thursday morning, saying the meeting was productive.
How about Cowboys Hall of Famer Troy Aikman?
"I've never been a big fan of team meetings," Aikman said Thursday morning during his radio show on KTCK-FM 96.7 The Ticket. "When you have them, first of all you're acknowledging there's an issue. And then usually what happens, at least from my experience, is you come out of a meeting and things are a little worse than what they were when you went."
The Cowboys didn't say as much, after Jones talked with them about his hardline stance on the national anthem. He became the first NFL owner to say players would sit if they "disrespect the flag" while talking after Sunday's 35-30 loss to Green Bay. Jones doubled down on Tuesday.
Aikman says the team needs to move on from the distraction.