IRVING -- Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins said he plans on returning to practice full-time on Wednesday.
Jenkins, who has missed the last four games with a hamstring injury, did some work during the walkthrough practice on Monday morning.
Jenkins said he plans on running full-speed during Wednesday's practice and despite running back-and-forth still hasn't done any cutting, which is important for any cornerback.
"It's about that, cutting and coming out of the breaks," Jenkins said. "I can go straight-forward."
Jenkins has battled injuries all season. He played through a neck and knee injury in Week 1 vs. the New York Jets, only to injure his shoulder in the game. He didn't miss any games until he suffered a hamstring injury Oct. 30 at Philadelphia while covering a pass.
On the season, Jenkins has one interception and is credited with 16 tackles.