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October 09, 2009

Not looking good for Roy Williams

Coach Wade Phillips said Roy Williams' bruised ribs haven't progressed much and it looks like the Cowboys' No. 1 receiver won't play Sunday at Kansas City. That takes 11 of the Cowboys' 32 catches on the season out of the lineup. Third reciever Miles Austin, who has just five catches on the season, will take Roy's spot.

Also, Felix Jones (knee) will miss his second straight game with hopes of returning after the bye week. And starting strong safety Gerald Sensabaugh (thumb) will be out. Pat Watkins will take his spot.

Some good news is center Andre Gurode (knee) will be ready to go.

Jeff Caplan


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Wow. I've been reading your stuff for about a year now and this is basically the only sh*t I dont agree with. Give atleast a little credit where credit is due. Kobe got his ass kicked by this so called fluke. So what? Chill out. No one said the Rockets were the best team.

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