The Dallas Cowboys got a mixed bag of news on Wednesday, as far as the injuries go.
As we posted earlier, Felix Jones missed yet another practice today as the team attempts to ease him back into action following a hamstring injury--but as the team had hoped, both DeMarcus Ware and Jay Ratliff returned after missing Tuesday’s workout with a stinger and a rib strain, respectively.
According to reports on ESPN Dallas this week, the team will treat both Ratliff and Ware with caution in practice for the rest of the season, so as to safe guard against re-aggravating the injuries, forcing them to miss any game time.
Ware, despite being limited in Dallas’s win over Tampa Bay, recorded three tackles and a sack
Kevin Ogletree reportedly returned to practice as well after being forced to leave Tuesday after his knee collided with that of another player. Safety Danny McCray, receiver Andre Holmes and nose tackle Josh Brent, meanwhile, were all held out.
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