Starting right guard missed Thursday’s practice with a banged-up knee, but returned on Friday. If he goes on Sunday, the game will likely carry some extra weight for the man that was a Bengal until this season, when the Cowboys brought him over with a more enticing offer than the one the Bengals showed him. However, Livings said there are no hard feelings between he and his old team.
"It's the next game up," Livings said, per ESPN Dallas. "It's nothing personal to nobody. I was there six years and put it behind me when I came to Dallas."
Livings told reporters this week that he fully expected to return to Cincinnati, but that he has no regrets about the way things turned out.
"I expected to return,” he said, “but I have a good relationship with the coaches over there. I moved on. I'm happy as heck to be here now."
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