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Cowboys rule out G Kosier; WR Bryant probable

For the second time this season, the Dallas Cowboys will be without starting left guard Kyle Kosier, who has been ruled out for Monday night's NFC East showdown with the New York Giants.

Kosier reportedly suffered an injury to his Achilles' tendon in the first half of last Sunday's loss to the Minnesota Vikings, but is listed on the Cowboy's injury report with an ankle injury.

Montrae Hooland replaced Kosier last Sunday and will likely start in his place against the Giants.

Kosier missed Dallas' first game of the season while recovering from a sprained knee suffered during training camp, but has started every game since.

Kosier told The Dallas Morning News that he plans to be back for Dallas' game against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Oct. 31. 

Another Cowboys player dealing with an ankle injury, rookie wide receiver Dez Bryant, is listed as probable. Bryant did not practice Thursday, and returned on a limited basis Friday and Saturday.

Linebacker Bradie James (knee) and center Andre Gurode (knee) are both probable.

For a complete look at every injury report, visit's injuries page.

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