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September 01, 2010

Jerry Jones says Roy should be OK for the opener

Cowboys receiver Roy Williams looked like he was walking a little stiff. He missed Tuesday's practice with a strained lower back and hip flexor. Williams wouldn't talk about his injuries, but Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he expects Williams to be in the starting lineup against the Washington Redskins.

"I have no reason, the trainers have given me no indication that he won’t be (ready for the opener)," Jones said.

Williams, hoping to improve on his first 25 games as a Cowboy, has had a good training camp. He caught three passes for 39 yards against the Texans on Saturday night.

Most of the starters will sit out the final exhibition game, so Williams was not expected to play Thursday night anyway.

-- Charean Williams


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