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The Cowboys not only lost to the New England Patriots to fall to a 2-3 record,  but they lost two key players to injuries. Starting running back Felix Jones suffered a high ankle sprain,  which will keep him out of next week’s game and starting guard Bill Nagy has been lost for the season with [...]
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