NFL commissioner Roger Goodell still looks more likely than not to get a hefty contract extension, but Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is desperately trying to hinder the process.

An ownership source told the MMQB’s Peter King that Jones is “on a mission” to try to at least reduce Goodell’s compensation in a new deal stemming from grievances over Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension and players not being forced to stand for the national anthem.

“Jerry [Jones] is on a mission,” the source said. “I’ve been in the league a long time, and this is as passionate and vocal as I’ve seen him on anything. He wants players to stand, and he obviously wants to do something on Roger’s contract.”