Cowboys defensive tackle Sean Lissemore, who missed the majority of the team’s off-season work while dealing with an oblique strain, spent much of the morning session working with the first team at nose tackle in place of Jay Ratliff, who is not working out because of plantar fasciitis.
Lissemore drew post-practice praise from defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, who said the third-year pro “is in on more plays, per snap” than anyone else on the team.
“He’s going to play everywhere. We’re moving him around in multiple spots,” Ryan said of plans for Lissemore this season. “We moved him in there on some nose to get him some work there. It increases his value for us on defense.”
_ Jimmy Burch