It's been a constant theme this year, the Dallas Cowboys are suffering from a rash of injuries along the defensive line. It started at the very beginning of training camp, well it actually started before that. And it has continued right through to this past Sunday when DeMarcus Ware came up lame with a bad quad muscle. Speculation is that he'll miss 3-4 weeks of time although Ware disputes that saying that he may be back sooner than that. Still, the Cowboys needed some help.
Nick Eatman reports through Twitter that the Cowboys are making a move.
Cowboys expected to sign DE Jarius Wynn, who worked out Monday. Wynn has played 4 years and a Super Bowl ring. Will have to cut someone— Nick Eatman (@nickeatman) October 15, 2013
Jarius Wynn was sixth-round pick of the Packers in 2009 out of Georgia. He has bounced around to a few teams along the way.
With this signing, the Cowboys will have to make a move on the roster. Could it involve Jay Ratliff as many are speculating? Jones had this to say today:
"We've got a situation that's not positive as far as him getting on the field this year," Jones told KRLD-FM.
Ratliff has been sidelined since training camp with hamstring and groin issues.
Jones is expected to meet with Ratliff this week. The 32-year-old pro could be placed on season-ending injured reserve.