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Lance Dunbar Expects To Work Into Sunday's Practice On Limited Basis

FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys' first practice at their new facility will feature a new face – or at least a new participant.

Lance Dunbar certainly isn't new, but it's been nearly a year since he practiced with the Cowboys after tearing his ACL and his patellar tendon last October. Dunbar has been working diligently on his rehab in the 10 months since, and he's prepare to take the next step.

"We work our way back into practice, so today I'll be doing individuals – slowly working back in," he said on Sunday afternoon.

The fifth-year running back opened training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list, which made him unavailable for practice. But alongside fellow running back Darren McFadden, he was a constant at strength and conditioning sessions during practice.

After what has surely been a trying wait, Dunbar should be able to finally get his feet wet in his return to football. It's unlikely he'll appear in any of the competitive portions of practice, but it's a start.

"I'm excited. It's a big day for me," he said. "It's been a while since I've been on the practice field, and I'm excited to get back."


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