Cowboys' Colombo Suffers Broken Leg, Likely Out For Season

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Further Tests Reveal Broken Fibula; Cowboys' Colombo Likely Out For Season

From Brad Biggs at National Football Post:

The Dallas Cowboys lost veteran right tackle Marc Colombo during the second quarter this afternoon at Green Bay with what could be a season-ending injury.

Colombo suffered a broken left fibula when Packers defensive tackle Johnny Jolly rolled up on the back of his leg. Colombo was taken for X-rays and the injury was announced.

So, despite the initially concerning report, it seems the news is much worse for the Dallas Cowboys. Doug Free, a former fourth round pick who’s been disappointing thus far in his career, will take over for Colombo at right tackle.

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Cowboys' Colombo Suffers High Ankle Sprain, Out Indefinitely

Dallas Cowboys' starting offensive tackle Marc Colombo limped off the field and into the locker room early in the first quarter of the Cowboys-Packers game this afternoon, and Fox Sports' Pam Oliver just reported that he's suffered a high ankle sprain, and will not return. The official diagnosis will presumably come later in the week, but things certainly don't look good, as a high ankle sprain tends to require extensive recovery time. Dallas might be without their starting right tackle for a good chunk of the next month. Updates to come.

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