• Cowboys NT Jay Ratliff sprains same ankle that kept him out first four games

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Nov 5, 2012
    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo does not need an MRI because of a back strain, and nose tackle Jay Ratliff did not suffer his second high left ankle sprain of the season. Cowboys nose tackle Jay Ratliff suffered a left-ankle sprain late in the second quarter. Ratliff, who was playing in his fourth consecutive game since recovering from a left high-ankle sprain he suffered Aug. He missed the first four games of the regular season because of a high left ankle sprain suffered Aug. 25 against Miami. “It was a good sign that he did come back and played,” owner Jerry Jones said.
    • Cowboys dodge bullets: Romo, Ratliff are OK

      Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo does not need an MRI because of a back strain, and nose tackle Jay Ratliff did not suffer his second high left ankle sprain of the season.
      Source: ESPN.com

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