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Montrae Holland Injury: Dallas Offensive Lineman Could Miss Remainder Of Season

The Dallas Cowboys could be without starting left guard Montrae Holland in their match up with the New York Giants on Sunday.

The Dallas Cowboys could be without the services of starting left guard Montrae Holland who was injured in the fourth quarter of Saturday's loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Holland has a partially torn left biceps muscle and is undergoing tests to determine the severity of the injury and whether or not he might be able to play again this season.

Holland has started 10 games for the Cowboys at left guard since being signed to replace rookie Bill Nagy who suffered a season ending ankle injury. Holland had originally been among the final cuts made by the Cowboys in training camp before being re-signed.

Undrafted rookie Kevin Kowalski replaced Holland on Sunday and will be a candidate to start if Holland can't play Sunday in the pivotal match up against the New York Giants. Derrick Dockery is also an option for the Cowboys to replace Holland.

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