“He’s making progress,” Garrett said. “He’s getting better every day and trying to do more and more and has done a real good job with his treatment and his rehab. We’re hopeful, as it goes, he’ll get some work in practice and be back sooner rather than later.”
Ratliff has been out since last month after he suffered a high-ankle sprain during the preseason. Ratliff wound up missing the Cowboys first game of the season, but figures to have a good chance of playing next week.