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Cowboys Wednesday Injury & Practice Report: Tyrone Crawford, Rolando McClain Practice

Dallas returns to work, preparing for the Giants.

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The Dallas Cowboys are past their bye week and are preparing for a divisional battle with the New York Giants. The Cowboys did some minor practicing last week, but those were really nothing more than walk-throughs. Today, the Cowboys returned to their regular practice schedule and that meant the regular Wednesday off for Tony Romo. Deciding to stick with what has been working for the quarterback, he rested his back today. Coach Jason Garrett says Romo is feeling good.

"Tony seems to be feeling well," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said. "We feel like given the circumstances and how we’ve done things all year long it seems like the right thing to do right now to keep him in that same rhythm."

The good news is that the Cowboys are getting back a couple of key pieces on defense. Defensive tackle Tyrone Crawford and middle linebacker Rolando McClain both returned to practice today. The only other player missing besides Romo was cornerback Tyler Patmon. He's still recovering from a knee injury.

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