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October 29, 2007

Henry says he will play

Defensive back Anthony Henry said he plans to play against the Eagles on Sunday night. Henry has missed the past two games with a high ankle sprain.
Cowboys coach Wade Phillips said he's still not sure if Henry will play. High ankle sprains are usually a pest to a player - they never seem to go away until the season is long over. But Henry had said repeatedly that he felt better.
If he plays, the Cowboys would have their secondary the way they envisioned since the start of the season - Henry and Terence Newman starting at the corners with Ken Hamlin and Roy Williams at the safety spots. Jacque Reeves would be the nickel cornerback.

- Mac Engel


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