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News: SAEN: Does Garrett hanging with Romo, Witten hurt locker room chemistry?

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    SAN ANTONIO – Former Cowboys defensive lineman Marcus Spears is questioning whether the presence of Jason Garrett, Tony Romo and Jason Witten in Jerry Jones’ private suite during Monday night’s NCAA championship game could cause friction within the locker room.

    Garrett, Romo and Witten enjoyed the game while rubbing elbows with the likes of former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

    It’s not the first time that Garrett and Romo have been spotted at high-profile sporting events.

    “You understand in this league that your star players are going to have things come their way that most guys don’t,” Spears told Dallas’ KRLD-FM, per ProFootballTalk.com. “I’ve had opportunities that some guys didn’t have…The team aspect has always been first to me. That’s just the bottom line. I don’t know if it sends the right message when your head coach is hanging out with one particular guy.

    “…When you have that type of situation in the locker room, possibly it causes problems,” Spears added. “That was my point. It wasn’t to make anybody look bad or say Jerry is doing something wrong or anything like that. I just wondered if any of the other guys felt like they should be there or if they ever were invited to any other events. . . . When you’re building a team, when you’ve got a team concept — as many young guys as the Cowboys have on the team right now — I just felt like it would have been a good situation for all of them to try to get together and hang out and build that team camaraderie with the guys.”

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