According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Dallas offensive lineman Kyle Kosier looks likely to miss the team’s first three regular season games. Dallas owner Jerry Jones had been hopeful that Kosier would be back for the regular season opener, but that doesn’t appear to be the case.
Colombo probably will be ready after arthroscopic surgery to remove five particles from his right knee. But Kosier could miss the first two games and might be out until after the Cowboys’ bye week in Week 4 with a sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee.
An MRI confirmed the injury to Kosier, who went down Wednesday while practicing at center. A Cowboys source said there is little chance he will be ready for the opener and that they were preparing for him to miss at least two games.
Jerry Jones and the Cowboys staff remain optimistic that backup lineman Montrae Holland will be able to fill Kosier’s void.