Dallas Cowboys Injury Report: Marc Colombo May Miss Up to Four Weeks

August 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Dallas Cowboys now head to California for the second part of their camp, however the injury bug has followed them. 
Lineman Marc Colombo was injured during the second portion of Sunday's back-to-back practices and took himself out of the practice.
Early indications are that the 31-year-old guard will need a knee scope to clear out some debris, and that will put him on the shelf for two to four weeks, making an already hurt line even worse. 
Swingman Alex Barron is still out with an ankle injury although Coach Wade Phillips said that he could play this weekend against the San Diego Chargers. That leaves Robert Brewster, who has impressed coaches with his work so far in camp and rookie Sam Young. 
Although there are a lot of injuries, there is some good news.
Martellus Bennett has returned to practice after a minor setback with his ankle. If everything goes well Bennett could finally see some preseason action this weekend.
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