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Club Working Out 3 Punters Friday In Scheduled Workout

IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys will take a look at several players Friday in a scheduled workout for various positions.
            One of them will be at punter, where three players are coming in to punt. Former Steelers draft pick Daniel Sepulveda, a Ray Guy Award winner at Baylor, will work out, along with T.J. Conley and Chas Henry, who was released by the Eagles who signed Mat McBriar earlier this season.
            Sepulveda has been injured over the course of his career, mainly with knee injuries. Henry has a 48.5 yard average with the Eagles this season. Conley spent some time with the Patriots in 2011.
            The Cowboys are hopeful Chris Jones will be ready to punt this week against the Ravens despite a knee injury that kept him out of the Oct. 1 game against the Bears. He was able to punt some on Wednesday and there is a chance he can be ready.
            Brian Moorman, who replaced Jones against the Bears and had a nice debut, injured his groin on Wednesday and is not expected to play against Baltimore. Moorman, a 10-year veteran of the Bills who was cut two weeks ago, has not missed a game in his NFL career.
            The Cowboys could have as many as 10 to 15 players Friday for the workout. One of the other positions players expected to work out is Robert T. Griffin, an offensive lineman from Baylor who was drafted by the Jets in the sixth round.

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