The Lions have claimed ex-Cowboys OG-C Bill Nagy off waivers after he was released following ankle surgery earlier in the week.
The Cowboys waived/injured OG Bill Nagy, the team's seventh-round pick in 2011.
The Cowboys already have decided on one change to their offensive line. More are in the offing.
The high ankle sprain of Felix Jones comes at a time when the Cowboys already are struggling to run the football consistently or effectively at all.
The Cowboys re-signed OG Montrae Holland to replace starting OG Bill Nagy, who was placed on injured reserve, according to ESPN Dallas.
Cowboys OLG Bill Nagy will miss the remainder of the season because of a broken ankle and RB Felix Jones could miss time, team owner Jerry Jones told reporters after Sunday's game.
Cowboys OL coach Hudson Houck told PFW that seventh-round pick Bill Nagy could be the team's Week One starter at left guard.