Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams has been out of practice for the past few days, but there is a belief that he will be able to practice later today and potentially suit up for Sunday’s big game against the Washington Redskins.
Williams has been dealing with a hamstring injury, but the positive signs will help the Cowboys keep their hopes at taking home the NFC East alive.
From Bryan Broaddus of the team’s official website:
Hearing here late that Terrance Williams is going to give it a go on Friday. More contusion on hamstring than hamstring pull. Could play Sun
— Bryan Broaddus (@BryanBroaddus) December 20, 2013
Williams hasn’t made a big impact on the field over the past few weeks, but he could help the Cowboys take advantage of a poor Redskins secondary.
Dallas will need to win out over the next two weeks in order to take home the NFC East title and earn a berth in the postseason.
If they continue their December collapse and end up dropping one of the final two games, it will set up for a wild offseason in Big D.