Montrae Holland has started 10 straight games at guard for the Cowboys, but he’s likely to miss the final game of the regular season and, if the Cowboys win, the playoffs.
Holland suffered a partially torn left biceps in Saturday’s loss to Philadelphia, ESPNDallas.com reports. He’s undergoing further tests today, but it doesn’t sound good.
If Holland is done, the Cowboys would choose between undrafted rookie Kevin Kowalski, who filled in for Holland at the end of the game against the Eagles, or Derrick Dockery, who started one game for the Cowboys this season and suffered a knee injury in that one.
Either way, the Cowboys’ offensive line will be operating at less than 100 percent as it attempts to protect an already banged-up Tony Romo against the Giants.