Billionaire Jerry Jones' wallet could become slightly lighter if the NFL decides to fine him for his Halloween costume.
The longtime owner of the Dallas Cowboys dressed up as a "blind referee" for Halloween.
The costume featured Jones in a striped referee shirt, sunglasses and a walking stick.
The photo of Jones in the outfit was posted to his niece’s social media account.
"Oh yeah, I had the cane and everything," Jones told Sports Illustrated Sunday in reference to the outfit.
"And I used it on some people, too."
Jones seemed to not take the costume seriously, but coaches and team officials are prohibited by the NFL from criticizing referees.
A league memo from 2019 addresses potential penalties for the following:
"Comments regarding the quality of officiating, individual calls or missed calls
, the League’s officiating department, an officiating crew, or an individual game official;
[a]ccusing game officials of acting with bias or in any way questioning the integrity of NFL game officials;
or [p]osting negative or derogatory/demeaning content pertaining to officiating on social media."