Cowboys guard Kyle Kosier has re-injured his foot again, and is not only out for Thursday's game against the Seahawks but the Cowboys are considering shutting him down for the season.
Kosier originally hurt his foot in the preseason, and he came back for Week 3 in Green Bay. At the end of the game, he re-injured the foot and was put on the shelf until the game in Washington two weeks ago.
Kosier injured the foot against the 49ers again, and Cory Procter replaced him again. The Cowboys are going to have Kosier get another opinion before they make a decision, but it's not looking good.
Elsewhere on the injury front, corner Mike Jenkins (hamstring) is likely out for the game against the Seahawks.
Tight end Jason Witten, who is probably still seeing little green men after he was leveled on one play against the 49ers, is expected to play.
- Mac Engel