DeMarcus Ware said even if he were to play this week at Philadelphia he wouldn’t be able to get off the ball like he should.

“If I go out there it wouldn’t be 100 percent” he said Monday at Valley Ranch. “No question. There wouldn’t even be a point.”

Ware is likely going to miss a game for the first time in his career because of a right quadriceps strain. He has played with numerous neck stingers arm and shoulder injuries and a back sprain.

Ware realizes he will probably have to miss a game but he vows it won’t be much more. He is expected to miss two to four weeks.

“I just know that my body recovers really fast” he said. “I’m not going to be out that long.”

Ware said he was injured on the second play of the game against the Redskins a scramble by quarterback Robert Griffin III. He played only 16 snaps.

“I was running and when I tried to lunge and make a tackle my knee hit the ground” Ware said. “And I probably tweaked something in there.”

Murray better

Jason Garrett said running back DeMarco Murray felt a little better Monday after suffering a knee sprain against the Redskins.

He said Murray will be evaluated day by day although it appears Murray is unlikely to play at Philadelphia.

“We have to be able to run the football well when DeMarco Murray is not our runner” Garrett said. “That’s last night but that’s also in recent history. We just have to put the next guy in there.”

Murray declined to talk to reporters.