Cowboys Injury Report Nov. 17

Posted: 17th November 2009 by Derek Major in NFL
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The Cowboys came into Green Bay the healthiest team in the league, but the injury bug finally bit the Cowboys. Offensive lineman Marc Colombo broke his left fibula in the second series for the Cowboys offense. Owner Jerry Jones said that Colombo is out for the season, but the Cowboys haven't put him on injured reserve yet, hoping that he can be ready in case the Cowboys go on a deep playoff run. Wade Phillips hasn't said who will take Colombo's place but did say that Doug Free was "fine" in Colombo's place during the game. Safety Ken Hamlin suffered a high ankle sprain in Sunday's game and will be out two to four weeks. Rookie Mike Hamlin has been activated, but it'll be either Pat Watkins or Alan Ball (who took over at Hamlin's spot after he left the game) who starts in Ken Hamlin's plac ...

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