NFL News : Cowboys' WR still away from OTAs

Cowboys' WR still away from OTAs

He played with this injury for a while, but now wants it to heal.

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Dallas Cowboys' wide receiver Cole Beasley admitted just recently he's been suffering from a hamstring injury for the past seven months. Even though surgery is not required, it still kept him from participating in Dallas' OTAs and minicamp.

Beasley said he is not too concerned about it however, since he has been able to play through it for a few weeks. When he tried to describe the injury, he said it does not bother him at all as far as running routes, but feels it after he catches the ball.

"I can't explain what it feels like, but if I go out there and run full speed it's not going to just go. I played with it for six weeks and in the playoffs and did everything in workouts. Because it hasn't gone away that's why we haven't done anything the past couple of weeks. I would love to play without it being there," per SportsDay.

The 28-year-old receiver recorded 75 catches for 833 yards and five touchdowns last season, even though he was injured for a good part of it.

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Source: SportsDay · Photo Credit: Keystone Press