TAMPA, FL - SEPTEMBER 13: Running back Felix Jones #28 of the Dallas Cowboys runs the ball against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the game at Raymond James Stadium on September 13, 2009 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by J. Meric/Getty Images)
Todd Archer at the Dallas Morning News reports that Felix Jones has returned to practice Monday for the first time since spraining a ligament in his knee during the team's week three win over Carolina; Roy Williams is also practicing for the first time since suffering a rib injury in the loss to Denver.
Gerald Sensabaugh, who broke his thumb in the Denver game, will not practice Monday, and may be held out Wednesday. Per Archer, Phillips said that he would not rule Sensabaugh out of Sunday's game against Atlanta. However, the safety's status remains wholly unclear.
Sensabaugh will have the thumb X-rayed once more this week and, if he does return, he will do so with a cast on his arm. Needless to say, the spotty Dallas defense could use Sensabaugh, who has been the team's most reliable safety since coming over this off-season from Jacksonville.