Dallas Cowboys Injuries: Trio Of Defenders Day-To-Day

A trio of Dallas Cowboys defenders is nursing day-to-day injuries following a 27-7 road loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. According to Cowboys beat writer Clarence Hill, defensive end Kenyon Coleman has a hyper-extended knee, safety Gerald Sensabaugh has a calf strain and safety Barry Church has a thigh bruise.

Coleman, the 12-year defensive lineman out of UCLA, recorded two solo tackles on Sunday. After four years with the Cowboys early in his career, he returned in 2011 and played in all 16 games for Dallas.

Sensabaugh has been almost perfectly healthy since joining the Cowboys in 2009, playing in 49 of 50 games. The eight-year pro has recorded five tackles on the year.

The thigh bruise for Barry Church comes after earning a starting role for the Cowboys. After starting just one game in the past two seasons, Church had recorded three tackles in two starts this year. In a report from the Star-Telegram, Church is confident he will play next week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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