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November 19, 2012

Smith, Murray held out of Monday practice, not expected to play vs. Redskins

Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray (foot) and left tackle Tyron Smith (ankle) did not participate in today’s practice and are not expected to play in Thursday’s game against Washington, according to team sources.

Smith was injured in Sunday’s 23-20 victory over Cleveland and would be replaced in the lineup by Jermey Parnell, who struggled Sunday against Cleveland. Murray has missed the last five games and his backup, Felix Jones, was limited in today’s workout because of a knee ailment.

In addition to Murray and Smith, other Cowboys who did not participate in today’s workout included center Phil Costa (ankle), guard/center Ryan Cook (knee), defensive tackle Sean Lissemore (ankle), receiver Kevin Ogletree (concussion), safety Charlie Peprah (concussion) and nose tackle Jay Ratliff (groin).

Limited participants included Jones, cornerback Mike Jenkins (back), safety Danny McCray (hip) and fullback Lawrence Vickers (knee). Tight end John Pillips (ankle) was listed on the injury report but participated fully.

_ Jimmy Burch


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