Cowboys Return To Practice With Jenkins

The Cowboys returned to the practice field after a three-day break following last Thursday's Thanksgiving win.

Among those practicing included cornerback Mike Jenkins, who has four straight games with a hamstring injury he sustained Oct. 30 in Philadelphia. Jenkins is expected to play this week in Arizona and resume his starting duties at right cornerback.

However, wide receiver Miles Austin didn't participate in the walk-through practice, but was working with the athletic trainers on the cords, a sign that a return to action is close.

Fullback Tony Fiammetta, who has missed two games with an illness and concussion-like symptoms, did not practice Monday, but was on the field talking to the training staff.

Quarterback Jon Kitna (back) and safety Gerald Sensabaugh were not on the field, nor was defensive tackle Josh Brent, who was in the weight room during practice.

Since Monday is not a typical practice day, the Cowboys are not required to provide an official injury report until Wednesday.

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