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August 27, 2012

Raymond Radway was last year's news, this year's cut

Raymond Radway can think about what might have been.

Radway had a spot on the 53-player roster locked up in 2011, according to Jerry Jones, until three seconds remained in the final preseason game. The former Abilene Christian star broke his tibia and his fibula in the final preseason game against the Dolphins last year, requiring a rod inserted into his left leg. Radway spent last season on injured reserve.

Radway, 25, couldn't find what he lost and was released Monday.

"I know when you’ve had an injury like he’s had, it takes a little time to come back from it," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Monday. "And oftentimes, people say it’s not necessarily the first year back, but the second when I start feeling like myself again. He’s going to play in this league. It's just right now we feel like we had to make this decision for the best of our team."

Radway had no catches this preseason after making six for 91 yards and a touchdown in the 2011 preseason. 

-- Charean Williams


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