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August 03, 2012

Cowboys safety Gerald Sensabaugh cleared to practice after 'tough' conditioning test

Strong safety Gerald Sensabaugh has been cleared to practice. He passed his conditioning test Friday, although it was a struggle. He and receiver Danny Coale did their conditioning tests Friday.

“Yeah, it was tough,” Sensabaugh said. “I’ve done it years past. It was good.”

Coale is on the physically unable to perform list while he recovers from a broken foot.

Sensabaugh, who had a knee scope three weeks ago, said he is eager to practice.

“I’ve been getting the mental reps. I’ve been running on the side. I’ve been working,” he said. “I can’t say my legs are all the way fresh. I’d just like to kind of get back out there and practice. I’ll give it a shot tomorrow, and I should be good.”

The Cowboys have two other injury concerns now.

Cornerback Morris Claiborne hurt his knee and was expected to have an MRI performed Friday. He didn’t practice.

Linebacker Tyrone Crawford left practice Friday after hurting his calf.

Garrett said Claiborne initially tweaked the knee during Wednesday’s workout, took treatment during Thursday’s off day and thought he could take part in Friday’s workout. During the workout, however, Garrett said the knee “flared up on him a little bit ... and we took him out of it.”

Asked about the severity of the injury, Garrett said: “We don’t think it’s serious. It’s precautionary.”

-- Carlos Mendez

Twitter @calexmendez

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