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OXNARD, Calif. (AP) -- Dallas Cowboys receiver Miles Austin is expected to miss at least a few days with a strained hamstring.
Coach Jason Garrett said Sunday that the team will be cautious with Austin, who missed six games last season because of problems with both hamstrings. The coach said Austin was having a great start to camp, but could be out up to a week even though the team doesn't think the injury is serious.
While Austin is out of practice, undrafted rookie receiver Cole Beasley returned to camp after going home to deal with some personal issues.
Beasley wasn't specific on what those issues were but said he is now fully focused on football. He was back for a walk-through practice Sunday and was set to participate in the afternoon scrimmage.
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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin injured his hamstring during practice on Saturday and will sit out for at least a week (Credit: AP Photo/Gus Ruelas)
After injuring his hamstring during practice on Saturday, it looks like Dallas Cowboys Miles Austin is going to miss at least a week.
The team doesn’t feel that the injury is as serious as either of the hamstring pulls that...
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Just two days after quitting Cowboys camp, pondering whether to play professional football, wide receiver Cole Beasley has experienced a change of heart.
Per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Beasley returned to training camp on Sunday and participated in the team’s Blue-White scrimmage. VP Stephen Jones, who reportedly made “deliberate attempts” to convince the rookie wideout...
Dallas Cowboys first round pick Morris Claiborne underwent an MRI on his sore right knee after Friday's afternoon practice, ESPN Dallas reported. The cornerback tried to practice during the session but trainers decided to hold him out. Coach Jason Garrett said the team does not think the injury is serious and that the MRI was a precaution. Claiborne felt soreness in the knee...
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Former NFL player and current NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders is trying to sell his 5,000 square foot condo in Dallas as he continues during his current divorce proceedings with Pilar Sanders.
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“Deion listed the condo — located in the swanky celeb-filled Azure building — back in March … soon...
An MRI revealed Saturday that Dallas Cowboys rookie cornerback Morris Claiborne has a sprained MCL in his left knee. USA Today reported that the first-round pick could miss up to a week. Claiborne was pulled from practice Friday and could only watch the team's walkthrough practice in Oxnard, Calif., on Saturday. "I can't control this, so I'm not going to beat...
According to Josh Ellis of DallasCowboys.com, Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins has left training camp to have his shoulder examined by Dr. James Andrews. He’s expected to be back on Monday.
Jenkins has been held out camp as he continues to rehab his shoulder after undergoing surgery this offseason. I don’t believe there’s a timetable for his return at this point.
According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys rookie cornerback Morris Claiborne will be out for the next week after suffering a sprained MCL.
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According to Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com, Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins wasn’t cleared by Dr. James Andrews to practice get back on the field and take part in practice.
“Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins wasn’t approved by Dr. James Andrews to resume contact in practice, according to a source.
“Jenkins, who underwent shoulder surgery, visited...
Colts and Peyton Manning enthusiast Rob Lowe stopped by Cowboys training camp to visit with the coaches and players. He wore a hat supporting the home team, although I doubt anyone would have been offended by Colts apparel.