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Stephen Jones: Cowboys ‘not concerned’ about Ratliff’s health after hamstring injury

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Though Cowboys defensive tackle Jay Ratliff sustained a hamstring injury at the outset of training camp, club director of player personnel Stephen Jones indicated Ratliff’s health is not a major worry, the club’s website reported Sunday.

“He finished the conditioning test, so he’s working through some things, and we’ll handle that. We’re not concerned,” Jones said Sunday, per DallasCowboys.com.

Ratliff is slated to undergo an MRI on his injured hamstring, head coach Jason Garrett said Sunday, per the team website.

The 31-year-old Ratliff was limited to just six regular-season games in 2012 due to ankle and groin injuries after not missing a game from 2008 through 2011. He’s slated to start opposite of Jason Hatcher in the club’s new 4-3 scheme.

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4 Responses to “Stephen Jones: Cowboys ‘not concerned’ about Ratliff’s health after hamstring injury”
  1. ialwayswantedtobeabanker says: Jul 21, 2013 4:32 PM

    Stephen Jones: Cowboys ‘not concerned’ about Jay Ratliff’s health”

    Isn’t this part of the reason the NFL is being sued by former players — teams (allegedly) not being sufficiently concerned about the health of its players.

  2. mackcarrington says: Jul 21, 2013 6:30 PM

    What does “he’s working through some things” mean? A 31 year old football player will be “hamstrung” by that hamstring all season. What a shame that on the first day of camp he is already operating at less than 100%.

  3. officialgame says: Jul 21, 2013 8:01 PM

    Ratliff is washed up. History. Done.

  4. dallascowboysdishingthereal says: Jul 22, 2013 10:53 PM

    Stephen not concerned about Ratliff and not concerned about Crawford being replaced either. Guess when you work for dad, you aren’t accountable for much.

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