3:17 AM EST, Tue January 27, 2015

Source: Dallas Cowboys MLB Rolando McClain has right knee examined by Dr. James Andrews

MOBILE, Ala. — Dallas Cowboys middle linebacker Rolando McClain recently visited noted orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews in Alabama to have his injured right knee examined, according to a source. McClain has long had problems with his right knee, dating …

Sturm’s Offseason Digest #3 – Rolando McClain, Bud Dupree, Safety

There are few things about the 2014 season more interesting to me than the season of Rolando McClain.   I remember being in Oxnard and watching him as closely as anyone not named Tony Romo (major back concerns to observe) …

Cowboys' defensive snaps vs. Green Bay

GREEN BAY, Wis. - Here's a look at the snap counts for each of the Cowboys' defensive players in Sunday’s 26-21 loss to Green Bay: Brandon Carr 71 Orlando Scandrick 71 J.J. Wilcox 71 Bruce Carter 66 Sterling Moore 63 Nick Hayden 52 Barry Church 48 Tyrone Crawford 48 Jeremy Mincey 48 Anthony Hitchens 46 George Selvie 38 Anthony Spencer 33 DeMarcus Lawrence 23 Jeff Heath 23 Tyler Patmon 21 Josh Brent 19 Rolando McClain 9 Kyle Wilber 8 Linebacker McClain, one of the few playmakers on this defense, dropped Eddie Lacy for a 1-yard loss on the game’s first play.

Cowboys’ Rolando McClain leaves Packers game because of head injury

Vernon Bryant/The Dallas Morning NewsDallas Cowboys middle linebacker Rolando McClain (55) on the sideline after stopping the Philadelphia Eagles on their final drive of the game during the second half of play at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, on Sunday, …

Rolando McClain suffers 'head injury'

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain lasted just 10 plays into Sunday’s divisional round meeting against the Green Bay Packers before he needed to head to the locker room to be evaluated for a head injury. No determination of his return was announced. McClain suffered a concussion in the first half of last week’s wild-card win against the Detroit Lions and did not return. He was kept out of practice on Wednesday and Thursday but passed the concussion protocol tests and took part in a full practice on Friday.
Rotoworld Jan 11, 2015

Rolando McClain leaves with head injury - Rolando McClain (LB) Dallas Cowboys

Cowboys MLB Rolando McClain exited Sunday's Divisional Round game with a first-quarter head injury.
Blogging The Boys Jan 9, 2015

On Defense, Rolando McClain Holds The Key To Success For The Cowboys

While both teams are playing in the cold, both teams realize that the keys to winning start with the running game. For the Dallas Cowboys' defense, that key to winning means Rolando McClain has to play big and he certainly can do that very well. While all the attention of Packer fans are on Aaron Rodgers and his famous calf, the key to stopping the Packers actually lies with stopping their run game and Eddie Lacy. Lacy is a huge back and is listed at 5-11 and 230 lbs, but if he is only 230 lbs, then my eyes need calibrating. With the cold weather being a big factor, who wants to tackle the...

Jeremy Mincey, Rolando McClain practice full, questionable

IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain and defensive end Jeremy Mincey are officially questionable for Sunday's divisional round matchup against the Green Bay Packers but went through full practices for the first time Friday. McClain and Mincey did not practice on Wednesday or Thursday because of the effects of concussions suffered last week against the Detroit Lions. "I feel good, ready to go," said Mincey, who led the Cowboys in sacks in the regular season.

Dallas Cowboys LB Rolando McClain, DE Jeremy Mincey (concussions) cleared to practice Friday

IRVING — The Dallas Cowboys started Friday with some good news. Two key defensive starters have been cleared to return to practice. Linebacker Rolando McClain, the Cowboys’ second-leading tackler, and defensive end Jeremy Mincey, who leads the club with seven …

Rolando McClain, Jeremy Mincey cleared to play Sunday

IRVING, Texas – Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain and defensive end Jeremy Mincey have passed their concussion protocol tests and are practicing for the first time this week. McClain and Mincey suffered the concussions in the wild-card win against the Detroit Lions. Both will be available to play Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. Rookie linebacker Anthony Hitchens and defensive tackle Terrell McClain are missing their third straight day of practice with high ankle sprains.

Dallas Cowboys practice report Thursday: DE Jeremy Mincey, LB Rolando McClain still not participating

IRVING — Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo returned to practice Thursday at Valley Ranch after taking off his usual Wednesday, but four defensive players were still out. Linebacker Rolando McClain and defensive end Jeremy Mincey — both of whom suffered …

Tony Romo back to practice, three defensive starters do rehab work

IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys welcomed Tony Romo back to practice on Thursday, with the quarterback following his normal work week but Rolando McClain, Anthony Hitchens and Jeremy Mincey are not practicing. All three defensive starters, however, were spotted going through some rehab work off to the side during the portion of practice open to the media. McClain and Mincey suffered concussions in the wild-card win against the Detroit Lions, and coach Jason Garrett said both have improved.

Anthony Hitchens, Terrell McClain uncertain for practice

IRVING, Texas – Dallas Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens (right) and defensive tackle Terrell McClain (left) are battling through high ankle sprains and aren’t sure if they will be able to practice on Wednesday. Hitchens played in 33 snaps in last week’s wild-card win against the Detroit Lions, more than the Cowboys anticipated because Rolando McClain suffered a concussion in the first half. “I feel better this week than I did at this time last week,” Hitchens said before walking to the athletic trainer’s room for treatment.
Blogging The Boys Jan 6, 2015

Cowboys Injury Update: Rolando McClain Must Pass Protocol; Not Counting On Doug Free

The Cowboys have one big question mark for Sunday. The Dallas Cowboys have a date with the Green Bay Packers on Sunday for the rights to move on to the conference championship. Dallas came out of the Lions game relatively healthy although injuries sometimes go unreported until the team gathers for its first practice of the week, which is tomorrow. One player who we do know was injured during the game was middle linebacker Rolando McClain. During the broadcast we got various explanations for what was wrong with McClain, but now we learn that it is a neck issue along with concussion...

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