ESPN Dallas says Jay Ratliff's roster spot "becomes sketchy" if the Cowboys draft a defensive tackle that can push the pocket.
The Cowboys have restructured DT Jay Ratliff's contract to clear salary cap space.
ESPN.com's Dan Graziano says DT Jay Ratliff still being on the Cowboys' roster "doesn't make too much sense."
The Cowboys have approached DT Jay Ratliff about restructuring his contract.
Coach Jason Garrett "absolutely" expects NT Jay Ratliff to be with the Cowboys in 2013.
The Cowboys would save $1 million against the salary cap if they release NT Jay Ratliff before June 1.
Cowboys NT Jay Ratliff's blood alcohol content at the time of his Tuesday morning DWI was 0.16, twice the legal limit.
Cowboys NT Jay Ratliff has been arrested for DWI in Grapevine, Texas.
Per ESPN's Ed Werder, the Cowboys believe NT Jay Ratliff will be "a better player" in Monte Kiffin's new 4-3 defense.
DallasCowboys.com considers NT Jay Ratliff "a once-elite player whose production has dramatically declined after signing a massive deal," and believes the Cowboys should renegotiate his contract or grant him his release.
Cowboys declared NT Jay Ratliff, RB Phillip Tanner, C/G Kevin Kowalski, G David Arkin, G Ronald Leary, DT Robert Callaway and OT Darrion Weems inactive for Week 17 against the Redskins.
Cowboys NT Jay Ratliff will be sidelined 3-6 weeks after undergoing sports hernia surgery Thursday morning.
CBS Dallas reports that Cowboys NT Jay Ratliff and owner Jerry Jones had a "volcanic" exchange following Sunday's win over the Bengals, regarding Ratliff's seventh missed game this season.
Cowboys NT Jay Ratlif (groin) is listed as out for Week 14.