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IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Jay Ratliffs long absence just got a little longer. [url=]Jon Niese Jersey[/url] . Ratliff will miss at least the first six games of the season after he was placed on the physically unable to perform list with hamstring and groin injuries. The Cowboys made the move Tuesday as part of getting their active roster down to 75 players. Ratliff, who turns 32 Thursday, missed off-season workouts and training camp after sports hernia surgery late last season. He missed 10 games in 2012 with ankle and groin problems. He last played Nov. 18 against Cleveland. Dallas cut nine players and placed defensive end Tyrone Crawford and lineman Ryan Cook on season-ending injured reserve. The released players were receivers Anthony Amos, Jared Green and Eric Rogers, quarterback Nick Stephens, tight end Colin Cochart, guard Dennis Godfrey, linebacker Deon Lacey, cornerback Brandon Underwood and kicker Brett Maher. Cowboys executive vice-president Stephen Jones said he was confident Ratliff would play this season. "I believe in Jay," Jones said before the move with Ratliff was announced. "Theres some things that can be frustrating when you have injuries. Im convinced that weve got a program now -- hes had a few setbacks -- that hopefully will put him on the road where he can play for us at some point this season." Ratliff has only two sacks since signing a seven-year, $49 million contract with $18 million guaranteed two years ago. He will have missed 16 of 22 games by the time hes eligible to return Oct. 20 at Philadelphia. "The groin injury has been the one hes been dealing with mostly through all of last year and through the off-season, so I think the biggest issue with him is regaining his strength," coach Jason Garrett said. "Strength enough to go out on the field and do the things he needs to do to anchor and change direction and all the things that are required to play his position." With Ratliff sidelined, the Cowboys could be forced to play the opener Sept. 8 against the New York Giants without both starters on the left side in their new four-man defensive front. Left end Anthony Spencer is recovering from knee surgery. George Selvie, a four-year veteran who didnt join Dallas until after training camp started, has taken Spencers place. Nick Hayden, a sixth-year pro who was out of football last season, started in Ratliffs spot in last weekends preseason game against Cincinnati. "Hes done a very good job for us since hes been here," Garrett said. "He shows up as a playmaker in the run game and also affecting the quarterback in the pass game." The release of Stephens means Alex Tanney will get most or all of the playing time in the final preseason game Thursday night against Houston. The Cowboys didnt sign Tanney, a second-year player out of Monmouth College in Illinois, until the start of training camp and need to decide whether to keep a third quarterback behind Tony Romo and Kyle Orton. Rogers made a strong early impression in training camp in Oxnard, Calif. -- not far from his college home at Cal Lutheran -- but didnt have a catch in four preseason games. Green, the son of former Washington Redskins star and Hall of Fame cornerback Darrell Green, and Amos had three catches apiece in the preseason. [url=]Shin-Soo Choo Jersey[/url] . Lawries batting helmet hit an umpire during his ninth-inning outburst in the Jays 4-3 loss to Tampa Bay on Tuesday. The 22-year-old threw his helmet to the ground and it bounced up and hit home plate umpire Bill Miller on the right hip after Lawrie was called out on strikes for the second out. 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"I just keep focused to play like its (the) first round, and I think thats the secret -- to play without pressure, just to keep focused and to be happy on court." Once Halep calmed her nerves she showed off the diversity in her game with power shots, touch shots, drop shots and the patience needed to reach her first final of the year. "At 5-2, I said that I have nothing to lose anymore and to changge the tactic," Halep said. [url=]Jurickson Profar Jersey[/url]. The fourth-ranked Radwanska, who was making her third consecutive appearance in Doha, has yet to advance to the finals at this tournament. "She was making unbelievable shots from nowhere," Radwanska said. "I didnt know what to do to end the point, because she was everywhere." Kerber has her second final of the year. She lost in the Sydney final to Tsvetana Pironkova last month. Jankovic broke Kerbers serve in the fifth game to win her only game of the first set but struggled with her own first serve. 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