Cowboys to take look at three punters
Highland Park’s Daniel Sepulveda, Chas Henry, who was cut earlier this season by Philadelphia, and T.J. Conley will punt for the Cowboys. Sepulveda had his career in Pittsburgh cut short by five knee surgeries but has a 43.7-yard average for his career.
Henry averaged 48.5 yards per punt this season with Philadelphia and had a 38-yard net average before he was released in favor of former Cowboy Mat McBriar. Conley punted for the New York Jets in 2011 with a 42.7-yard average and a 38.8-yard net.
Jones has a knee injury and Moorman suffered a groin injury Wednesday.
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