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Jerry Jones locked out of locker room after game


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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/11/05/report-jerry-jones-locked-out-of-locker-room-after-game/

 

 

 

Jerry Jones told Bob Costas over the weekend that Jones the owner would have fired Jones the G.M. by now. After Sunday night’s loss to the Falcons, the Cowboys may have tried to fire both guys.

 

According to Matt Barrie of NBC 5 in Dallas, “Jerry Jones just pounded [the] locker room door because no one would let him in. It’s the angriest I’ve seen him all year.”

 

Like him or not, the guy owns the team. He has every right to be in the locker room after the game. So we can understand why he’s mad.

 

Jones should be more upset about the team’s performance. Since looking like a Super Bowl contender on the first night of the season, the Cowboys have won two and lost five

 

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Already talk about Garrett being gone

looks like Sean Peyton May be in line to go to Dallas , How great would it be it Andy Reid landed there?......would that place Peyton in Philly? but I do not hick Jones will hire Reid Everything is lining up for Sean to coach Dallas next year.
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Guy is the owner of the team, whether we like it or not he can do what he likes and really he shouldn't be locked out of his locker room.

 

If Jerry drafted players early in the draft where he's trying to catch lightninig in a bottle with guys like Dez Bryant, like they draft later in the rounds, he'd be a lot better off. Dallas actually always seem to do well in the middle rounds.

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