Cowboys Offensive Line Suffers Another Critical Injury

August 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cowboys already have significant injuries on their offensive line. Marc Colombo is out until the first game of the season and Alex Barron is questionable for this week's preseason game against the Chargers. However, this morning they suffered another injury as Kyle Kosier left practice with a knee injury. 
The Cowboys have said the early indication is a sprained right MCL, which could keep Kosier out 4-6 weeks. Kosier, the Cowboys starting left guard, was seen snapping to Tony Romo before practice as he was also penciled in as the backup center. Now Montrae Holland, who has started 48 games in his career but none last season, is expected to take his place. 
The Cowboys were a very healthy team last season as the only injuries the offensive line suffered was Marc Colombo's broken leg and Flozell Adams' injury in the Cowboys playoff loss to the Vikings. Ken Hamlin was the only player to miss more than three games. 
Now the Cowboys have twelve players on ...

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