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July 29, 2011

Ratliff annoyed about talk of a weight loss

The Cowboys have posted their official weights for players after they underwent physicals Wednesday. Nose tackle Jay Ratlif was listed at 285 pounds, which was 18 pounds lighter than a year ago. But when asked about it Friday, Ratliff was obviously agitated about the subject. He said he weighed in at 290, which was 5 pounds heavier than the Cowboys' official release.

"Where is that coming from? Everyone is saying the weight loss," Ratliff said. "I weighed in at 290. I played at 285-290 last year. Is it a weight loss? I don't see anything different."

Center Andre Gurode, who is on the physically unable to perform list while he rehabs from knee surgery, was 16 pounds over last year's weight. He weighed 334 pounds. Felix Jones was 1 pound lighter than last year, stepping on the scale at 219.

-- Charean Williams

 

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