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Jenkins Has Stinger; Robinson Sighting

SAN ANTONIO --Cornerback Mike Jenkins sat out the final 25 minutes of Monday's practice with a stinger.

Jenkins didn't get up for a few minutes after colliding with running back Lonyae Miller. Once on his feet, remained on the field rather than the locker room -- always a good sign. 

Jenkins said afterward he got a little "ding" and indicated he'd be OK. Consider him day-to-day right now. The Cowboys don't have another full practice until Wednesday afternoon.

Also, assistant head coach/wide receivers Jimmy Robinson appeared at practice for the first time since getting knocked out in an accidental collision with wide receiver Teddy Williams on Saturday.

Robinson wasn't coaching yet, but head coach Jason Garrett said he has begun attending meetings since returning from the hospital.

"Jimmy's doing a lot better," Garrett said. "He's walking around the hotel and then hopefully here in the next couple of days he'll be back in action."

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