Jerry Jones after closed-door meeting: All not lost for reeling Cowboys

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ARLINGTON, Texas — After his team’s third straight loss by 20 or more points, Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones met with players and coaches in the locker room Thursday. But it was not to threaten the jobs of players and coaches.

Jones acknowledged that the Cowboys “are not a good team right now” after the 28-6 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers at ATT Stadium, but he backed the players, coach Jason Garrett and the rest of the staff.

“It definitely was a message of support,” veteran defensive end Tyrone Crawford said. “He told us just to sit back and take a look at ourselves, take a look at what is around us and see how blessed we are on this Thanksgiving Day. Just to go into next week knowing that we’re super blessed to be in this position and take advantage of it.”

“I really do believe in the old San Francisco [gold miner], right before the next pick, the guy that came behind

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