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Dallas Cowboys Headlines: Kosier Out, Personnel Changes Looming, More

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Kyle Kosier has high ankle sprain - ESPN Dallas
Calvin Watkins reports that Cowboys left guard Kyle Kosier, who is suffering from a strained right Achilles, said an MRI also revealed he has a high ankle sprain. Kosier won't play on Monday but hopes to be back against the Jaguars.

Buck stops with Phillips - FOXSportssouthwest.com
Keith Whitmire opines that if things don’t change for the better, and soon, there will be some major personnel changes in Dallas. The most obvious choice is the man at the top: Wade Phillips. But Leonard Davis, Marion Barber, Alex Barron and the duo of Alan Ball/Gerald Sensabaugh should all start polishing their resumes.

Keith Brooking says violence inevitable part of NFL - Peter King - SI.com
In this week's Game Plan, Peter King spends time with the Dallas linebacker.

Tony Romo's Interception Total Creeping Back to Old Ways, On Paper at Least - NFL FanHouse
David Elfin writes that one would never know it from all the fuss over the Cowboys' 1-4 start and his seven interceptions, but Tony Romo is having a pretty good season, at least statistically.

Cowboys must change status quo to recover from rough start - NFL.com
Michael Lombardi argues that the Cowboys are on heightened alert after a 1-4 start and offers a five step plan for recovery that will save the team from disaster.

Jerry Jones keeps his eyes fixed on the playoffs - National Football Post
Brad Biggs quotes Jerry Jones: "A lot of people say the old saying, 'You are what you are,' when you look at 1-4. We are not that. Our team is doing some very good things. I believe we can turn things around. While the odds are against us, we can make all the things happen that we wanted to do this year."

Cowboys' pass protection faces Giant test - Sporting News
The New York Giants are working with their third defensive coordinator in as many years, but their M.O. on D hasn't changed. The Dallas Cowboys are very familiar with the unit's No. 1 priority, especially after being swept by New York last season.

Cowboys' sloppy play is to blame for disappointing start - NFL.com
Bucky Brooks argues that as much as foes are beating Tony Romo and Co., Dallas is doing a fine job of beating itself.