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Marc Colombo's Return Still Up In The Air According To Jerry Jones

Not that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is the best place to turn to when it comes to injury information, but on Tuesday during an interview with KRLD in Dallas, Jones was asked whether Colombo would be healthy enough for the Cowboys season opener. Here’s what he had to say:

“Well he could be back, but no one knows. It’s looking good that he’s back and when he does he ought to be in better shape. That was a very positive surgery that he had to remove those things out of his knees. He should be back and then I look for (Kyle) Kosier to be back. The real good news is (Montrae) Holland really played real well against San Diego. He probably took a step back against Houston, but still Holland has shown us he is everything we want to be. (Alex) Barron in particular has shown us that he is ready to play. In Holland and Barron, Holland at guard and Barron at tackle, either tackle, we really have as good of depth as we have had. So with a healthy Kosier and a healthy Colombo, which we hope to have him back for the first game, I really like the depth we have established with veteran players. We’ve gotten something accomplished in camp there.”

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