Through a letter from Cowboys counsel, Jones said Blank, who is the head of the NFL's compensation committee, misled the league's 32 owners about the details of the contract and that the owners are not unanimous on Goodell's extension, according to an ESPN report.
"I think just since the period of time that we first addressed extending Roger, I think we've had several material adverse conditions happen", Jones said.
Jones has taken issue with the discretionary bonuses, which appear as incentives but have been presented to Goodell as a near certainty without the knowledge of the other owners, according to ESPN.
Jones has denied that he is seeking revenge for Goodell's decision to suspend Elliott for six games for violating the league's personal conduct policy.
The six-member committee consists of Blank, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Houston Texans owner Bob McNair, Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, New York Giants co-owner John Mara, and Pittsburgh Steelers owner Art Rooney II.
Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones, Jerry Jones' son, said during a radio interview Monday that he and his father "want what's in the best interest of the league". But, with Jones and the National Football League continuing to feud over Goodell's extension and more, things don't look great for their relationship.
"It's a well-known, an accepted principle that in a negotiation if you have material consequences occur, that you revisit the situation".
The other major concern is that Goodell's new deal does not include any accountability for a decline in television ratings that could affect future broadcast-rights fees.
"It's about concussions, Jones vs. Goodell, [Ezekiel Elliott's suspension], the anthem". "Zeke's been involved here a year, a year and a half". Jones has gone against the grain before and won, and he may be able to do so again.
Jones has managed to alienate a group of very rich, very powerful people who are used to getting their way, pretty much all the time.
The son of the team's owner told 105.3 The Fan on Monday that the Joneses don't view the threat of a potential forfeiture of the franchise as a real possibility.