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November 20, 2012

Lissemore increases scope of rehab work, says he's anxious to return ASAP

Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Sean Lissemore, who is rehabilitating from a high ankle sprain, ratcheted up his rehabilitation workload today but did not take part in the official workout. Lissemore said trainers still consider him day-to-day in terms of availability for Thursday’s game against Washington.

“I did metabolics, which is basically game-like movements. I was out there pushing a sled, moving around, getting myself geared up,” Lissemore said. “I can’t tell you how much I want to be out there.”

Cowboys’ nose tackle Jay Ratliff is battling a groin injury but Ratliff’s health status will not impact Lissemore’s availability for the Redskins game.

 “It’s not my decision to make. That’s for the doctors,” Lissemore said.

_ Jimmy Burch

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