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David Irving, at long last, returns to Cowboys’ defensive line

Dallas Cowboys’ defensive tackle David Irving, who has missed the last six games with a high ankle sprain, could return to practice this week along with linebacker Sean Lee and receiver Tavon Austin.
Dallas Cowboys’ defensive tackle David Irving, who has missed the last six games with a high ankle sprain, could return to practice this week along with linebacker Sean Lee and receiver Tavon Austin. mfaulkner@star-telegram.com

Dallas Cowboysdefensive tackle David Irving will finally see the field (probably) against the Jacksonville Jaguars at AT&T Stadium. 

Irving hasn’t played since Nov. 30, 2017. He missed the final four games a year ago with a concussion and the first four games this season because of a suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. Irving missed last week’s game because of of a family crisis. He has only practiced with the team three times since November 2017.

Receiver Brice Butler isn’t available today. He injured his groin on Thursday.

Other inactives today for the Cowboys: Quarterback Mike White, linebackers Joe Thomas and Sean Lee, defensive tackle Caraun Reid, offensive guard Xavier Su’a-Filo and tight end Dalton Schultz. 

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