OXNARD, Calif. -- Cowboys' two-time Pro Bowl linebacker DeMarcus Ware sat out practice today, a day after leaving the field early following a hit to the head.
Ware was on the field, but not in uniform, for the team's only
practice of the day.
After practice, he jogged off the field and past reporters and
said, quote, "I'm good."
Coach Wade Phillips said Ware was held out of contact as a
precaution in accordance to NFL policy on how to handle players who
have been hit in the head.
Phillips said he didn't see any long-term problems for Ware.
At the end of yesterday morning's practice, Ware left the field
early with a trainer while the rest the team gathered for its
Phillips had said that Ware was feeling quote, "dizzy a little
bit" after getting "dinged in the head."