G Brian Waters primed to get first start for Cowboys
Summary of 4 articles · Updated Sep 27, 2013
“I’ve still got a ways to go,” Waters said. Since Brian Waters came out of retirement to play for the Cowboys, his move into the starting lineup has always been discussed in terms of when, not if. Waters, who said he hasn’t had to alter his game at all despite not playing in 2012, and the rest of the Cowboys line are coming off a strong game against the Rams. “That’s the goal, to try to make it through the whole game,” Waters said, via David Moore of the Dallas Morning News. “We’ll see how it goes. Mack will be ready to go. He’s likely to get his first start with the Cowboys on Sunday against San Diego. "My experience with players who have retired and come back has been good," Cowboys offensive line/offensive coordinator Bill Callahan said. They wouldn’t get to the level they’re at as a player if they don’t have an awareness and an understanding of all those other factors."
Dallas Cowboys practice report Thursday: WRs Miles Austin, Dwayne Harris still out; RG Brian Waters still at first-team
IRVING — Dallas Cowboys wide receivers Miles Austin and Dwayne Harris didn’t practice again Thursday at Valley Ranch. Austin has a strained left hamstring and Harris has a hip pointer. Both were injured Sunday against St. Louis. Austin was in a T-shirt …