Dallas Cowboys Roundup: News, Opinions, and Updates for Week 1
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- Cornerback Mike Jenkins returned to practice Sunday after missing Saturday with migraines and the preseason with a shoulder injury. It was Jenkins' first practice since surgery, and it is unknown if he will be able to participate in the NFL opener against the New York Giants.
Head coach Jason Garrett has been saying Jenkins will need practice time, and I'm not sure two days is enough.
- Tight End Jason Witten returned to practice and was wearing pads Saturday.
- Jay Ratliff, Danny McCray and Matt Johnson remain out of practice.
Week 1: New York Giants News/Injury Updates
- The Giants are having cornerback injuries again. Terrell Thomas was placed on season-ending IR while opposite starter Prince Amukamara is reported as doubtful for Wednesday's game against the Cowboys.
- Linebacker Michael Boley expects to play Wednesday after suffering a hamstring injury. Other injured players—Will Beatty, Osi Umenyiora and Jason Pierre-Paul—are expected to return to practice Sunday.
Dallas Cowboys Roster Moves
The Dallas Cowboys finalized their practice squad roster, bringing back pretty much everyone they wanted from training camp.
Here is the final practice squad roster:
DE Ben Bass
WR Tim Benford
DT Robert Calloway
WR Danny Coale
OG Ron Leary
RB Lance Dunbar
LB Orie Lemon
RB Jamize Olawale
One player I'm glad to see back is Coale. The Cowboys haven't been able to see much of him because of injuries, but I think the guy possesses all the right skills.
Another player whom the Cowboys were lucky to get back was Lance Dunbar, who looked good in his limited work.
- Call me crazy, but I think Morris Claiborne will have a very good game against the New York Giants. Claiborne continued to get better in his work this preseason, and by the end of it, he seemed like he could handle himself in one-on-ones.
Claiborne is expected to face growing pains, but already looks like he can be a very good DB.
- It's my opinion that Witten plays unless Jerry Jones tells him he can't. Witten has only missed one game in his entire career. He's tough and will do everything he can for this team.
- Hakeem Nicks is coming back from injury, and I'm not sure how effective he will be against the Cowboys. I can't believe I'm saying this, but if he looks like he's struggling with the pain, it might be smart to keep Claiborne with him while Brandon Carr handles Victor Cruz.
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