Dec 15, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams (83) catches a pass before the game against the Green Bay Packers at AT

Cowboys' Terrance Williams misses practice, in doubt for Redskins game

The Dallas Cowboys have been fighting injuries all season long, primarily on the defense and to wide receiver Miles Austin. The Cowboys got another dose of bad news when Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said wide receiver Terrance Williams is dealing with a hamstring injury.

The result is Williams missing practice on Wednesday and has him in doubt for Sunday’s game. Initial reports seem to lean towards him not playing on Sunday against the Washington Redskins.

The Cowboys desperately need a win in the game if they’re going to win the NFC East and make the playoffs. That leaves Dez Bryant, Austin, and Cole Beasley to carry the load. In four games since returning from injury, Austin has just six catches for 89 yards and no touchdowns.


ESPN’s Tim MacMahon is pointing out the hamstring connection.

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  • SmartThinking

    No great loss. His repeated mistakes and unwillingness to do what it takes to benefit the team make him just another one of many expendable players on this team that should be asked to leave.

  • Ed

    It is very rare that a rookie can enter the league as an impact player. Look at the patriots. And they have Tom “FRIGIN” Brady. If he sucks midway through next season, then trash him.