The Cowboys announced on Monday they have released OG Kyle Kosier.
The Cowboys' defense was horrible Sunday night, but the offensive line might be a bigger longer-term concern.
The Cowboys agreed to re-sign OLG Kyle Kosier to a three-year, $9 million deal.
The longer the lockout has lingered, the greater the chances have become of OLG Kyle Kosier returning to the Cowboys.
News just keeps getting worse for the 1-5 Cowboys. They could be starting third-string OG Phil Costa at left guard in Sunday's game against the Jaguars.
Cowboys starting LG Kyle Kosier will miss games for the second time this season, this time because of a strained right Achilles tendon.
OLG Kyle Kosier re-injured his right knee in the fourth quarter of the Cowboys' Week Three win over the Texans and could miss up to four weeks, according to the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram.
ORT Marc Colombo and OLG Kyle Kosier are both active Sunday after Dallas had some pass-protection issues in Week One.
The Cowboys welcomed back two offensive linemen who have been missing since training camp on Wednesday as ORT Marc Colombo and OLG Kyle Kosier practiced for the first time in a month.
ESPNDallas.com is reporting that Cowboys starting ORT Marc Colombo will not practice Thursday and will miss the Cowboys' season opener Sunday night against the Redskins.
Cowboys ORT Marc Colombo missed practice on Wednesday, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported, and could miss Sunday's game as he battles back from right knee surgery.
Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips announced Tuesday that four of his starters would return to practice from injury, with a fifth to return next week.
Gerald Sensabaugh becomes the fourth Cowboys starter who will miss the rest of the preseason after injuring his left shoulder. His availability for the season opener is in jeopardy.
Just two days after losing ORT Marc Colombo to a knee injury, starting OLG Kyle Kosier limped off the practice field Wednesday with an apparent sprained MCL.