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DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) – Don’t look now, but the Cowboys may get two defensive ends back after week four.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says defensive end Randy Gregory is out of rehab, confirming what multiple outlets had reported Monday.

What is not known is when Gregory could return to the field. Gregory remains on the reserve-suspended list for at least the next three games and possibly another nine, after he violated the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Dallas is already without Demarcus Lawrence for the first four games of the season for violating the same policy.

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When asked Tuesday, Jones wasn’t so sure of how many games Gregory will miss, but he says that his defensive end will continue to rehab, while also being back with the team.

“A lot of it I don’t know. It gets pretty personal when it gets into medical. But I will say this, he has not completed his rehab. He will have rehab for a long time. It’s arguable he may always rehab,” Jones said. We hope that he continues to do what he’s been doing. He is back with the team. He’ll more than likely, certainly be in team meetings, and he’ll have physical activity (with the team).”

Gregory didn’t report to camp after he checked himself into a treatment facility back in July.

This is a developing news story. Refresh for the latest updates.

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