Roy Williams Fractures Right Forearm
Total Pro Sports – Another week in the NFL has passed and another team has lost a significant player due to injury. The Dallas Cowboys have lost Safety Roy Williams for 3 to 5 weeks with a fractured right forearm, which he suffered yesterday against the Philadelphia Eagles.
It was apparent that something was wrong with Roy Williams last night as he stood watching the rest of the game with what seemed to be a cast on his arm. Roy Williams was hurt during a kickoff play, where he and Keith Davis tackled the Eagles return man Quintin Demps.
From our last reports Roy Williams will be sidelined for about 3-5 weeks all dependant on the serverity of his injury. Be sure to keep an eye on this as this will affect some fantasy football owners.
Cowboys safety Roy Williams fractured his right forearm while making a special teams tackle in Dallas’ 41-37 victory over Philadelphia on Monday night. The five-time Pro Bowl selection could miss at least three games.
Williams was hurt when he and Keith Davis combined to hit Eagles return man Quintin Demps during a kickoff. The safety went to the sideline and was escorted to the locker room a few plays later.
Pro Bowl tight end Jason Witten played through a separated shoulder that forced him to the locker room in the first half. But in the fourth quarter, Witten had a 32-yard catch to the Eagles 5 that set up Marion Barber’s 1-yard go-ahead TD run.
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