- Calvin Watkins, ESPN Staff Writer
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IRVING, Texas -- Cowboys starting running back Felix Jones (hamstring) was doing some rehab work in practice Thursday at Valley Ranch.
Jones was cutting and running some sprints during the open media portion of practice.
"I'm anxious to see how he does today. ... He should be able to get anything he needs to get, [the] game planning and what we're doing and we'll let this thing measure. He did get good stuff yesterday," Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said outside the team weight room following a personal workout.
Felix Jones suffered the hamstring injury in the victory over Tampa Bay last Saturday and didn't get a carry the last five minutes of the game.
If Jones is unable to play, 12-year veteran Sammy Morris will start.