Was watching NFL Live and Mike Golic who seems to be a fairly level-headed guy (not too anti-Cowboys or pro-Cowboys) doesn't think TO is jaking the injury and warns the Cowboys organization that hammies are nothing to mess around with for a receiver. He said the Cowboys should make sure TO is absolutely 100% before allowing him to play again, otherwise the hammy will just get worse as the year goes on and the Cowboys will have a chump change wideout instead of a ten million dollar one. : Sort of reminds me of the groin situation with Henry. I know Bill loves to challenge the manhood of players when they are hurt, but I think he sometimes does it to his team's detriment. Wideouts and corners need those legs. Don't risk it. It would be nice to let him and Bledsoe develop some cohesion early, but it's not worth risking an 8-8 season instead of a 12-4 one. We all know this offense can become handicapped quickly. My opinion is best not to rush it. Thought I'd share Golic's opinion for those who think TO is being a wimp about it.