- Todd Archer, ESPN Staff Writer
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OXNARD, Calif. -- The biggest news was first-round pick Morris Claiborne sitting out Friday’s practice because of a sore knee, but he wasn’t the only Cowboy lost during the three-hour session.
Rookie defensive end Tyrone Crawford left after the “blue” practice with a right calf injury. He missed almost all of the organized team activities and minicamp in the offseason with the injury.
If there was a positive it was that the team did not lose any more offensive lineman after losing two in the first week of camp in Nate Livings (hamstring) and Bill Nagy (ankle). Executive vice president Stephen Jones said Livings and Mackenzy Bernadeau (knee, hip) could return soon.
Safety Gerald Sensabaugh passed his conditioning test and will make his full-practice debut Saturday. He had knee surgery last month and had been taking part only in the walkthroughs.