The Dallas Cowboys suffered a consecutive loss on Sunday to the St. Louis Rams, who defeated the team 34-14. With Brad Johnson stepping in as quarterback for injured player, Tony Romo, the Cowboys became 4-3 after their third consecutive loss.
Added to a range of disappointments for the team, owner Jerry Jones confirmed after Sunday’s game that safety Roy Williams will be out for the year as a result of a forearm injury. As reported by CBS 11 News, Williams sustained a fracture during a game against the Eagles earlier this season, and subsequently reinjured his arm. Williams had only recently signed with the Cowboys in a five year deal last week before the announcement of his recent injury.
The Cowboys have had to make several adjustments this year after recent events. Quarterback Tony Romo suffered an injury to his hand, which led to his having to sit out Sunday’s game. Also out was Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones, who was recently suspended indefinitely by the NFL for an alcohol related incident at a party.