Jason Hatcher Out 4-6 Weeks

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer (9) looks to throw behind blocking from teammate Kyle Cook (64) on Dallas Cowboys Jason Hatcher (97) during the first quarter of the AFC-NFC Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio August 8, 2010. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)

The injuries keep on coming for Dallas.

Everyone knows that Tony Romo is out for what looks to be eight weeks, while offensive lineman Kyle Kosier continues to be bitten by the injury bug and is listed as day-to-day. Kosier’s back up, Montrae Holland, is also listed as day-to-day with a groin strain, which could lead to undrafted rookie Phil Costa getting the start Sunday.

Another rookie could be seeing significant playing time with the team’s latest injury news.

Defensive end Jason Hatcher could miss four to six weeks after being diagnosed with a “significant groin strain.” With Hatcher’s injury, rookie Sean Lissemore could be activated for the first time this season.

In a season that looks to be all but over, maybe it is somewhat of a blessing that this team will get to check out a bit of it’s younger talent.

Topics: Cowboys, Groin Strain, Injury, Jason Hatcher, NFL, Sean Lissemore

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