Cowboys' McClain, Mincey back at practice after concussions

IRVING, Texas (AP) - Dallas linebacker Rolando McClain and defensive end Jeremy Mincey returned to practice Friday after missing the first two workouts of the week dealing with concussion-like symptoms following a wild-card win over Detroit.

McClain came out of the game against the Lions with what first was called dehydration. Mincey's symptoms didn't show up until after the game. Coach Jason Garrett said both players had cleared concussion tests.

While he's had trouble staying on the field late in the season, McClain has been a stabilizing force and the second-leading tackler for the Cowboys. Mincey leads the team with seven sacks, including one against the Lions.

The Cowboys play at Green Bay in a division-round game Sunday.

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