Defensive tackle Jay Ratliff will be eligible to come off the PUP list next week, but Jerry Jones is wholly unsure when he'll be ready to return to action.
Despite their star-studded skill players, the Cowboys' outlook is dimmed by an inferior interior.
According to a report, there's some tension between veteran defensive tackle Jay Ratliff and the Dallas Cowboys staff.
The Cowboys went ahead and made the decision to send defensive tackle Jay Ratliff to the PUP list on Tuesday.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones acknowledged on Tuesday that Jay Ratliff could be placed on the PUP list, which would mean he'd miss the team's first six games.
A pretrial hearing for Dallas Cowboys player Jay Ratliff scheduled for Thursday has been postponed to Feb. 20, 2014.
Defensive tackle Jay Ratliff has been fighting the injury bug for over a year now, but once healthy, Jerry Jones believes he'll return to All-Pro form.
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Defensive tackle Jay Ratliff isn't expected to return to practice until after the team leaves Oxnard, but he is reportedly on track to play in the season opener.
There's no firm timetable for the return of defensive tackle Jay Ratliff, who is on the PUP list with a hamstring strain.