RB Lance Dunbar (injured left foot) among 17 Dallas Cowboys players not seen at Monday morning practice
Summary of 5 articles · Updated Aug 19, 2013
Running back Lance Dunbar, who has been among the best performers in the preseason, was one of 17 Dallas Cowboys players who weren’t seen during the early part of Monday morning’s practice at Valley Ranch. Texas – Running back Lance Dunbar suffered a sprained left foot that could keep him out of the Sept. The season opener against the New York Giants is three weeks and a day after Dunbar suffered the injury. Dunbar has a sprained left foot and is wearing a protective boot to protect it. That’s the term head coach Jason Garrett and quarterback Tony Romo use to describe Dunbar’s dynamic quickness and explosiveness. Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray hasn’t had much luck staying healthy during his first two NFL seasons, making the need for a quality second option in the backfield a fairly important one in Dallas. Wilcox, safety Matt Johnson, safety Eric Frampton, defensive end Toby Jackson, linebacker Alex Albright, linebacker Ernie Sims, defensive tackle Travis Chappelear, defensive tackle Jay Ratliff, defensive end Anthony Spencer, defensive tackle Sean Lissemore and defensive end Tyron Crawford.
IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys offense loses some “juice” with scatback Lance Dunbar sidelined by a sprained foot. That’s the term head coach Jason Garrett and quarterback Tony Romo use to describe Dunbar’s dynamic quickness and explosiveness. It’s what ma…