SAN DIEGO - AUGUST 09: (L-R))Andre Gurode #65 talks with teammate Kyle Kosier #63 of the Dallas Cowboys during a pre-season game against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium on August 9, 2008 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Lisa Blumenfeld/Getty Images)
Cowboys’ left guard Kyle Kosier entered this week as the most questionable of the many Cowboys who have been limited of late with injury. But according to Kosier himself, the veteran lineman will be ready to go Sunday when Dallas welcomes the Tennessee Titans to Cowboys Stadium.
Against the Texans last Sunday, Kosier re-aggravated the sprained MCL injury that caused him to miss the season opener against the Redskins in Washington. Kosier missed most of the (miserable) 2008 season with a foot injury, and his absence played no small role in the disappointment of that campaign.
"I felt like I just re-injured what I spent four weeks trying to get better," Kosier said of the latest setback.
Obviously, this is promising news for the Cowboys. After struggling with various injuries over the first three weeks, it appears now that the team will almost certainly return from a well-timed bye week at full strength against the Titans.
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