- Todd Archer, ESPN Staff Writer
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ARLINGTON, Texas – Danny McCray was smiling after Saturday’s game vs. St. Louis, which was a good sign for the Cowboys’ best special teamer.
McCray suffered a stinger with 2:42 left in the second quarter after colliding with safety Gerald Sensabaugh on a fourth-down pass that fell incomplete.
X-rays taken after the game were negative and McCray said he would not need an MRI.
“I was looking up for the ball and the next thing I know I’m on the ground and my arm is numb and I have no idea what’s going on,” McCray said. “I didn’t know what was happening. The only thing I was worried about was being able to move my arm. I couldn’t at that moment. I’m glad it’s not anything worse than that.”
McCray did not return to the game but he expects to be fine for the Sept. 5 season opener at New York.