• Barry Church thinks he’s done for the year

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Sep 25, 2012
    Church has been in this situation before. Cowboys safety Barry Church underwent surgery today on his torn right Achilles tendon Tuesday. Dallas Cowboys safety Barry Church will need season-ending surgery on a torn right Achilles tendon suffered in the third quarter of Sunday's 16-10 win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. “Over on the sidelines I was kind of in shock,” said Church, who was on crutches after the game. “Wow, this really happened. Church limped off the field with help from the medical staff and was consoled by teammates as he sat dejectedly on the bench before heading to the locker room. While Sensabaugh’s injury shouldn’t cost him too much time, they’re going to have to go find some help, after finishing the game with former Buffalo practice squader Mana Silva alongside Danny McCray.
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  • With ranks thin at safety, Cowboys bring in five players for workouts

    The Cowboys’ depth at safety was already reduced before kickoff last Sunday. Gerald Sensabaugh had been declared inactive after he hurt his calf the week before in Seattle. Not long thereafter, third-year player Barry Church suffered a torn right Achill

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