According to the Dallas Morning News, wide receiver Roy Williams injured his foot and is now added to the injury report for the Dallas Cowboys. He is “probable” for Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He did not practice yesterday.
On Thursday, he was running funny because of his foot and changed his cleats. He injured the foot in the Seattle game, but it started to nag him late this week.
Already thinned out at wide receiver, the Cowboys could utilize a two tight end set in some plays if Williams has trouble.
To add some security to the running back position, the Cowboys signed Alonzo Coleman from their practice squad. Coleman is a rookie from Hampton College in Virginia, where he was an first-team all MEAC player. More details about his college career are here. He led the MEAC for two years in a row in rushing. Although not a particularly tough division, Coleman was a star. Coleman does not have great size or power, but he does have speed and can move well in the open field. One thing that was a big rumor about this guy was he scored just 11 on the Woderlic test at the NFL combine.