Cowboys Injury Report:Oct. 13th

Derek MajorCorrespondent IOctober 13, 2009

ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 20:  Running back Felix Jones #28, Jason Witten #82 and Patrick Crayton #84 of the Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys Stadium on September 20, 2009 in Arlington, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

The Cowboys head into their bye week with no new injuries and should have two starters and a safety back for their game against the Atlanta Falcons in two weeks.

Running back Felix Jones will have another week to rest his sore PCL with the bye week and should be ready for their game against the Falcons on October 25th. However Jones won't practice this week as Phillips has said he will hold out all players who were injured from practice this week.

Wide Receiver Roy Williams should also be ready for the game against the Falcons, he wanted to play last week but Phillips held him out as Williams didn't practice all week. Williams most likely won't practice this week either.

Safety Mike Hamlin will be back as well after sitting out the last five games with a broken forearm. Hamlin has said that he can practice this week but Phillips will hold him out also. Don't expect Hamiln to start at safety when he comes back as he'll play mostly on special teams, where he made a huge impact during the preseason. 

Safety Gerald Sensabaugh could be back by Oct. 25th from a broken thumb but it isn't likely. Chances are he will be available for week eight against the Seattle Seahawks.

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