Cowboys lose Jenkins, Hamlin to injuries

The Dallas Cowboys lost CB Mike Jenkins and FS Ken Hamlin to injuries during the third quarter Sunday against the Packers.

Jenkins and Hamlin were injured during the Packers’ final drive of the quarter. Jenkins was hurt while attempting to make a tackle on Donald Driver, and trainers were checking his left arm and shoulder as he was down on the field. Orlando Scandrick replaced Jenkins, who has remained on the sideline and is wearing a sleeve on his left arm.

Hamlin was injured in a pileup of players while tackling Ryan Grant after a short run, and was holding his right ankle. He later left the sidelines to go to the locker room, walking under his own power.

The Cowboys lost RT Marc Colombo earlier in the game to a broken left leg.

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