Ware Returns To Practice, Jones At Stadium Topping Ceremony

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ARLINGTON -- Dallas Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware returned to practice today, while running back Marion Barber missed another session.

Ware is dealing with a hyperextended knee. Barber has a
dislocated pinkie toe.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, speaking at a stadium topping
ceremony in Arlington, said he expects both will play Sunday at
Pittsburgh.

Jones says he hopes Barber will be able to practice tomorrow.

Also, Jones says Adam "Pacman" Jones appears to be in good
shape, as he gets ready for his first game following a six-game
suspension over an October scuffle at a Dallas hotel.

The player recently completed alcohol rehab.

The team owner says he expects Jones to play defense and on kick
returns against the Steelers.

-- Former Cowboys Emmitt Smith, Michael Irvin and Rayfield
Wright were on hand as a crane lifted a five-foot-long section of a
piece of what will be the stadium roof.

The more than $1 billion dollar venue, with a retractable roof,
will be used by the Cowboys during the 2009 season.



 
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