ARLINGTON — The Dallas Cowboys still don’t know what the future holds for veteran defensive tackle Jay Ratliff.
But being moved to the injured reserve list is a possibility.
Ratliff, 32, is eligible to come off the physically unable to perform list this week but there’s no guarantee when he’ll be ready to play.
“Our plans are to visit, not only with him but medical, look and see what we’re going to do with our timing with any PUP or IR considerations,” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said after Sunday’s game. “We’ve still got a lot of working decisions to make there.”
Ratliff, who had hernia surgery in December, was placed on the PUP list in August because of groin and hamstring injuries. Ratliff chose not to rehab with the Cowboys, but Jones confirmed that the four-time Pro Bowler will be at the team’s Valley Ranch practice facility this week.