The Dallas Cowboys could be without two starters for Sunday's home game against the Washington Redskins.
Wide receiver Roy Williams is questionable with a groin injury suffered this week in practice, and it doesn't look like he'll play.
Running back Marion Barber, who has missed the last two games with a calf injury, was limited in practice this week and isn't expected to participate against Washington. Felix Jones will start in place of Barber.
Williams was unable to push off on a consistent basis during Friday's practice, but he did some work in walk-through sessions. He will, however, try to warmup before the game to see if he can get loose.
Sam Hurd, who has just eight catches this season, would probably start if Williams is unable to play. The Cowboys would also employ more sets with two tight ends with wide receiver Miles Austin in Williams' place.
Tashard Choice becomes a better flex play if Barber is out, and the absence of Williams means Miles Austin and Jason Witten will be targeted heavily by Jon Kitna.