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Cowboys Emerge From Loss With A Few Minor Injuries



    The Dallas Cowboys suffered a few minor injuries during Sunday afternoon’s 34-27 loss to the Tennessee Titans, not including the significant blow dealt to the team’s pride. And, here they are:

    Backup tight end Martellus Bennett left Cowboys Stadium yesterday with a protective walking boot on his right foot. Bennett has struggled with left ankle issues since the beginning of training camp, an injury that was re-aggravated in the team’s week three victory over Houston.

    Inside linebacker Bradie James suffered a sprained PCL in the first quarter of Sunday’s loss, when he got tangled up with an opposing player. He returned to the game, of course, but tests will be run today to determine the extent of the injury. "My shoe came off and the guy was holding my leg and I just felt a pop," James said, per the Dallas Morning News.

    Backup guard Montrae Holland, after replacing the struggling Leonard Davis on the right side, suffered a bruised eye when his helmet slipped over his eye, causing it to swell heavily. “I turned around and hit a linebacker,'' Holland said. “When I came up underneath him, my helmet came down to my eyes.”

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