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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and defensive tackle Jay Ratliff reportedly had to be separated following the team’s 20-19 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday after having a heated confrontation.
CBS Dallas/Forth Worth’s Mike Fisher says the incident started when Jones went up to Ratliff in the locker room after the game and said, “We need you.” Ratliff has missed seven games this season because of a combination of injuries, and he did not play on Sunday. He hasn’t played since Week 11, and it’s likely he was upset with the inference from Jones that he’s not doing enough to get out there.
Fisher was told the face-to-face exchange was “volcanic,” and that the 70-year-old owner did not back down to the 6-foot-4 300-plus pound defensive lineman.
“They’re both passionate men and great men and they want to win, that’s all it is,” a source told Fisher. “But they were in each other’s faces. People had to intervene.”
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