Dallas Cowboys: Jerry Jones locked out of locker room, Jason Garrett's job still safe
After a Dallas Cowboys road loss to the undefeated Atlanta Falcons, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was "accidentally" locked out of his own team's locker room.
The Washington Post reports Jones was seen banging on the locker room door, and was angrier than he's been seen all season.
Jones has faced a good deal of criticism for his management of the team that now has a 3-5 record for the 2012 season. Still, he seems to have no plans to replace head coach, Jason Garrett.
Despite a lackluster record as head coach since replacing Wade Phillips mid-way through the 2010 NFL season, Jones appears to claim Garrett is the future of the team.
"I have a lot of faith in Jason," says Jones. "Jason's future is ahead of him. I know how hard he works. I like his philosophy, so I've got a lot of confidence, a lot of faith. One of the brightest spots I see is our head coaching and our coaching in the future."
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