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September 29, 2009

Wade doesn't offer much on Felix

Coach Wade Phillips said he doesn't know the severity of Felix Jones' knee injury. Phillips said Jones has a strained PCL. Phillips said it will be a wait-and-see on Jones, noting that these things can get better in a hurry. Of course, he also noted that Marion Barber, who missed Monday's game, seemed to be doing OK in the buildup to the game, but couldn't go.

"Day to day," Phillips said on Felix's status.

With that, Wade offered no real update on Barber either. If Barber and Felix are out for the Denver game on Sunday, that leaves Tashard Choice, who after last night's 18 carries and four catches, seems durable enough and capable enough to handle the load. The Cowboys might have to put newly signed running back Chauncey Washington to work depending on the two injured players' status.

Jeff Caplan

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