Cowboys' Mike McCarthy apologizes for pushing camera away after loss to 49ers

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McCarthy apologizes for pushing camera away after loss to 49ers originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Mike McCarthy had a rough Sunday, and it included an apology.

Following the Dallas Cowboys divisional-round defeat against the 49ers at Levi’s Stadium, the Cowboys coach appeared to shove a camera out of his way. A photo from the game made it look like he pushed a photojournalist.

NBC 5 Sports’ Noah Bullard, the man behind the camera, later tweeted a video of the situation and said he and McCarthy smoothed things over.

“I can see how the photo appeared like he pushed me but it was more of a hand to the lens,” Bullard tweeted. “I did meet with coach McCarthy privately in his office and he did apologize.”

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Bullard added that he was “totally fine” and that he stayed on his feet after McCarthy extended his hand to the camera, per Yahoo! Sports.

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The 19-12 defeat marked the Cowboys’ second straight season-ending loss to the 49ers. Almost immediately after the loss, team owner Jerry Jones said McCarthy’s job is safe despite the result.

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