Safeties hurting for Cowboys, Packers

The Cowboys and Packers will be down a starting safety in their marquee matchup on Sunday night. Cowboys safety Roy Williams broke his forearm against the Eagles and will be out three to four games. He will be replaced by Patrick Watkins.

Packers starter Atari Bigby hurt his hamstring against the Lions and will be replaced by Aaron Rouse.

Injury report: Cowboys

RB Deon Anderson (knee)
LB Anthony Spencer (knee)
S Roy Williams (forearm)

WR Sam Hurd (ankle)

WR Miles Austin (knee)
G Kyle Kosier (foot)
CB Terence Newman (groin)
WR Isaiah Stanback (shoulder)
TE Jason Witten (shoulder)

Injury report: Packers

S Atari Bigby (hamstring)

RB Korey Hall (knee)
TE Tory Humphrey (knee)
WR Ruvell Martin (finger)
G Josh Sitton (knee)

T Chad Clifton (knees)
DE Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (knee)
RB Ryan Grant (hamstring)
C Scott Wells (back)
CB Charles Woodson (toe)

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