IRVING -- Injured Dallas Cowboys running back Felix Jones is done for the season.
The team today announced the rookie will be placed on injured
reserve because of a big left toe injury sustained while doing
rehab after hurting his left hamstring Oct. 12.
Jones returned to practice on a limited basis at midweek. But
the Cowboys say that was to evaluate his ability to play with the
It's the first time the team confirmed Jones had a setback
during rehab for the hamstring, which has healed.
The Cowboys decided Jones is out for the season -- based on that
practice and an evaluation by a foot and ankle specialist who
reviewed the MRI of the player's foot.
Jones rushed for 266 yards and three touchdowns in his six
games. He also returned 16 kickoffs for a 27.1-yard average,
including a 98-yard touchdown.
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