• Cowboys playing it safe with LB DeMarcus Ware’s hamstring injury by limiting him in practice

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Sep 13, 2012
    Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware was limited in practice Wednesday because of a hamstring injury he’s been dealing with since the preseason. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett indicated Thursday morning that the team is just playing it safe with Ware and trying to manage his injury during the practice week by limiting him in practices. “DeMarcus Ware demonstrated that more than anybody else in our win against the Giants,” Garrett said. So, don’t expect Ware to be limited at all in the game Sunday at Seattle. Head coach Jason Garrett said Ware exemplified what the award represented. “I don’t think anything particular coming out of the Giants game, but he had been dealing with that hamstring so we want to make sure he’s fresh and ready to go on Sunday,” Garrett said. He responded with two sacks, one quarterback pressure and six tackles and was rewarded with the team’s first Hard Hat award, given by the coaches to the outstanding player of the game.
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