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November 28, 2012

DeMarco Murray is practicing

Running back DeMarco Murray was on the practice field with his teammates during the portion of practice open to the media. The Cowboys' injury report later in the day will indicate if he had a limited or full practice. Murray has missed the past six games after injuring his foot during the Baltimore game on Oct. 14. His last day of practice was Oct. 12, with a walk-through Oct. 13.

Running Felix Jones had his left knee wrapped and was not dressed out for practice. Receiver Miles Austin (hip) was working on the side as the Cowboys went to team drills.

Nose tackle Jay Ratliff (groin) was not at practice, and Phil Costa (ankle) and cornerback Orlando Scandrick (hand) also were out.

Left tackle Tyron Smith (ankle), center Ryan Cook (knee) and defensive lineman Sean Lissemore (ankle) were dressed out and appeared to be practicing.

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Hip Hip... Hooray!!1 Congratulations Bro... Only missed about 8 WEEKS. The injury must have been very very severe. That debate aside, my theory is this: Bad Football teams tend to have cumulative injuries and players tend to NOT want to play even if the injury is not significant. This is a very poor Football Team Very poorly Coached & Managed. End result: A Plethora of Injuries + Consistently High Penalty Count + Negative Turnover Ratio + Poorly Prepared & Motivated Players + Poor Static Game Plans & Tactics [already known by most opponents] + Endless Rhetoric & Propaganda. Garrett is as poor a HC as is Norv Turner: Both are soft as Marshmallow and could not lead a Boys Scout Unit.

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