Four starters for the Dallas Cowboys did not practice Wednesday, and three of them are either out or looking doubtful for Sunday's game against the Bills. Receiver Miles Austin and cornerback Mike Jenkins both are out with hamstring injuries. Austin will be replaced by veteran backup Laurent Robinson. Jenkins will be replaced by Orlando Scandrick, with Alan Bell stepping up into the No. 3 cornerback role. No. 2 running back Felix Jones did not practice Wedensday due to an ankle injury that has kept him out the past three games. He's looking doubtful. Starting guard Kyle Kosier (foot) didn't practice, but the odds are he'll be in the lineup.
Limited in practice were starting inside linebacker Sean Lee (wrist) and Pro Bowl punter Matt McBriar, who has a nerve problem in his foot. The Cowboys have a second punter on the roster, rookie Chris Jones, who has been handling the duties.
The BIlls listed just five players on their injury report, including Kyle Williams, who is on injured reserve. Demetrius Bell (shoulder), linebacker Chris Kelsay (calf) and kicker Rian Lindell (shoulder) all did not practice and are out. Cornerback Aaron Williams (shoulder) was limited, but he's still at least another week away from returning.