The Dallas Cowboys’ DeMarco Murray will begin the team’s second week of organized team activities on the sidelines with the hamstring injury he suffered in the first day of the first session of OTAs last Tuesday.
The Cowboys don’t view the starting running back’s injury as anything serious, but head coach Jason Garrett said last week that the team would proceed with caution in hopes of avoiding a setback. He could return as early as this week.
Meanwhile, secnd-year receiver Danny Coale continues to recover from a torn ACL suffered last in 2012, and has been limited to individual drills. Defensive end Sean Lissemore and linebacker Justin Durant also missed last week, but they’re expected to get back on the field this week as well.
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