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Cowboys safety Barry Church told DallasCowboys.com that he’s “95 percent” recoverd from last year’s Achilles injury.
Church was asked what his goals are this season.
“Me personally, I would like to make the Pro Bowl,” Church said. “I feel like I was on my way last year before I got injured. This year, I feel like if I could withstand the whole season, I have a good chance.”
Church sounds very confident.
“I just always taught myself to think big and stay positive, and work hard,” Church said. “If you do that, you’re giving yourself a chance.”
The Cowboys are going to need Church to live up to the hype that followed him going into last season. Hopefully this year won’t end with an injury.
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