Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith played only 31 of 73 offensive snaps Sunday night. He left with the ankle injury that limited in practice last week and had him questionable for the game.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Tuesday on his weekly radio show that Smith is dealing with a bone spur in his ankle.
“We’ll have to see how Tyron practices. . . . We’ll take a look at that as it moves through,” Jones said on 105.3 The Fan, via Mark Lane of WFAA. “We should and will practice with alternatives to him being out there. But it will really depend on how he does, again, respond to a spur that’s giving him some anxiety right now — not anxiety, just giving him some pain.”
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