Was listening to San Antonio radio this morning, and every week there's a segment with a physical therapist who does a lot of work for professional athletes (specifically, he's on call for the Spurs - but also works with other pro teams). He was asked about the frequency of injuries with the Cowboys and the therapy regimens these guys have, and whether they're getting the proper treatment. The response essentially was that the Cowboys have some of the best trainers in the business. However, the problem is that, on most NFL (or professional sports) teams, the training staff has final authority on player treatments and when/how the player should be rehabbing, no questions asked. In Dallas, however, they are undermined by higher powers that either make calls, or defers to the players themselves to decide what treatments they would like to receive. And in the case of Miles Austin, he was unwilling to put in the work to rehab - specifically because he wasn't willing to go through the initial discomfort that some of the rehab process causes, and in turn he never properly heals. No agenda here with the post, just an interesting thing to hear. This team is a mess.