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Jerry Jones locked out of Dallas Cowboys' locker room

Jerry Jones was a picture of frustration following Sunday night's loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

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It wasn't intentional, but the Dallas Cowboys owner was locked out of his team's locker room following the game. Matt Barrie of KXAS-TV in Dallas witnessed Jones pounding on the door. "It's the angriest I've seen him all year," Barrie wrote.

Barrie joined "NFL AM" on Monday morning to confirm the story, noting that Jones eventually made his way into the locker room to field questions from reporters. That makes sense. After all, Jones is master and commander of the Cowboys. All of this is his. He's not a man you leave on the outside looking in.

Jones isn't thrilled with his expensive toy at the moment. The Cowboys have been a maddening team this season, falling to 3-5 and hanging on for dear life in the NFC playoff picture. Not what Jerry had in mind.

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