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Cowboys owner Jerry Jones clocked on head by helmet thrown from stands

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones recently said that the national anthem protests were “disappointing,” but it appears there is a far more dangerous pregame ritual he might concern himself with. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones needs to keep his head on a swivel at games (Getty Images). Prior to Sunday’s Cowboys-San Francisco 49ers game at Levi’s Stadium, Jones was milling near the tunnel into the locker room on the edge of the field.
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