Phil Costa returned from a back injury to play in the preseason finale against Miami on Wednesday, and is expected to be ready for next week's regular season opener.
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The Dallas Cowboys say they're happy with the competition at center at the moment, but they won't close the door on the idea of bringing in a new face at the position.
Though naturally a guard, Mackenzy Bernadeau believes he can play center, if need be.
With Bill Nagy and Kevin Kowalski nursing ankle injuries, Phil Costa is suddenly without much (or any) competition for the starting center job.
Jason Garrett acknowledges that the team needs Phil Costa to be better than he was a year ago, but he believes that a year as a starter will go a long way in the center's development.
Phil Costa is recovering well from a concussion suffered against the Giants, but there's still a chance that Kevin Kowalski could get the start Saturday.
Kevin Kowalski is ready to make his first regular season start in the NFL, if starter Phil Costa remains sidelined with a concussion.