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Cowboys tackle Tyron Smith doesn’t have a high ankle sprain

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: October 15th, 2014 at 11:55 pm EST

The Dallas Cowboys could get help this week on the line, as Tyron Smith could play against the New York Giants. At the moment, it sounds like he will play after he avoided a high ankle sprain.

The tests indicated that he was not as injured as previously thought. According to Pro Football Focus, he has allowed just one sack in the first six games.

Tyron Smith (Getty Images)

Tyron Smith (Getty Images)

The team can’t lose him right now with right tackle Doug Free already missing time. Free suffered a foot injury in Week 6 and is expected to miss 3-4 weeks.

If Smith does play, he may play on a limited basis as he gets back to full strength.


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