Cowboys WR Terrance Williams dealing with a hamstring injury

Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams missed practice on Wednesday due to a hamstring injury.

Terrance Williams is the 12th player with a hamstring injury this season. He missed practice Wednesday, rehabbing on the side with cornerback Morris Claiborne (hamstring), linebacker Ernie Sims (hip) and receiver Dwayne Harris (hamstring).

Linebacker Sean Lee (neck) and defensive end George Selvie (back) also were out. Selvie was on the field in street clothes. Defensive end DeMarcus Ware also was in street clothes, watching practice.

It’s like the Cowboys have a hamstring epidemic on their team.

Dallas can’t afford to not have Williams this week.  He’s been a nice addition this season and has really helped their passing game.

 

Comments

  1. Wags33 says

    QUESTION: Do we have a “Certified” Strength and Conditioning Coach on this Team?!?!,,, Or is this what the other Jones’ Son has been Doing??? Just wondering because the success rate of having Healthy players available week to week sorta matches the win loss record???

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