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Dallas Cowboys Injury Report: Three Offensive Linemen 'Out' Against Redskins

The Dallas Cowboys submitted their last injury report for the week after Friday’s practice, though there weren’t many surprises on the official report.

Marc Colombo will not play against the Washington Redskins due to his injured knee, but the report noted that Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips indicated that the team is optimistic Colombo will practice next week. Alex Barron will get the start at right tackle.

Kyle Kosier, a fellow starting lineman, has also been declared out due to a knee injury he suffered during training camp. The team is optimistic that he will practice next week, but Montrae Holland will get the start at left guard until Kosier is healthy.

Gerald Sensabaugh is listed as probable with a shoulder injury, though he is expected to start at strong safety Sunday.

The only other player listed on the injury report is rookie T Sam Young, who is rehabbing his sprained knee at Valley Ranch.

Dez Bryant, Roy Williams, Keith Brooking, Marcus Spears and Josh Brent were all left off the week’s final injury report, indicating they will all be available against the Redskins.

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