La'el Collins could replace Ronald Leary at left guard for the Dallas Cowboys in Week 7, per ESPN Dallas.
The team has already announced it's switching quarterbacks during their bye week, and are apparently considering other major changes to the offense as well as they prepare to face the Giants next weekend. Collins played well earlier in the year while Leary was injured, and while the move won't solve all the problems on an underachieving offensive line, it could help inject some life into the sputtering running game.
Dallas Cowboys offensive guard Ronald Leary (groin) is active for Sunday's game in New Orleans Privateers , the Cowboys' official website reports.
Leary will return from a two-game absence and start at left guard, sending La back to the bench. Though it hasn't quite lived up to expectations, the Dallas offensive line is still one of the NFL's best.
Dallas Cowboys offensive guard Ronald Leary (groin) is probable for Sunday's game in New Orleans Privateers , the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Rookie La will likely head back to a bench role, as the Cowboys' entire offensive line is healthy. Leary missed the last two games.
Dallas Cowboys offensive guard Ronald Leary (groin) was able to practice Wednesday, DallasCowboys.com reports.
Rookie La'el Collins did a solid job last week in his absence, but expect Leary to resume his starting duties at left guard in Week 4.
The injury forced Leary to exit Sunday's game early. With Leary out, rookie La'el Collins could be in line for more playing time.
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