Terrance Williams Practicing Through Broken Finger

Williams suffered in the injury in Sunday night's win over the Giants

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams was back at practice on Tuesday after suffering a broken finger in Sunday night’s 31-28 win over the New York Giants, and expects to play through the injury when the Eagles come to town on Thanksgiving Day.

Head coach Jason Garrett believes Williams will wear a splint in the matchup with Philly.

Williams has just three catches in the last three games--and he had just one grab against the Giants--but on the season, he has 28 catches for 444 yards and six touchdowns, one more than his rookie total.

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo also participated in Tuesday’s practice session.

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