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Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Hamstring to keep DeMarco Murray out again

By Todd Archer

IRVING, Texas – When the Cowboys begin their second week of organized activities Tuesday, running back DeMarco Murray will continue rehab work on his hamstring injury.

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Murray did not practice last week because of the injury, which has been called minor, but coach Jason Garrett said the hope is that Murray could return to the field sometime this week.

Linebacker Justin Durant (hamstring) and defensive end Sean Lissemore (groin) are expected to do some in-practice work after sitting out last week. Safety Jakar Hamilton (hamstring) is also expected to continue his rehab. Wide receiver Danny Coale took part in individual drills as he rehabs from a torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered late last season, but did not take part in 11-on-11 work.