Cowboys place Edgar Jones on injured reserve/designated for return
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Dallas Cowboys place DE Edgar Jones on reserve/injured designated to return list Edgar Jones, a reserve defensive end and special teams player, was placed on injured reserve/designated for return on Friday, the club said. The Dallas Cowboys placed defensive end Edgar Jones on the reserve/injured designated to return list Friday. The Cowboys can only use the reserve/injured designated to return exception once during the season and they chose to do so on Jones, a backup defensive end who had five tackles in the first four games of the season. The Cowboys acquired Jones from Kansas City at the end of the preseason. Jerry Jones: Nothing surprises me about Dallas Cowboys DE DeMarcus Ware; ‘He’s Superman’ “We are focused on further building Thursday night as a night for NFL football, but it has not involved the concept of a doubleheader package.” He’s appeared in four games this season, notching five tackles.
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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell speak at a Fan Forum prior to the NFL football game in Arlington, Texas on October 13, 2013. (Michael Ainsworth/The Dallas Morning News)