- Todd Archer, ESPN Staff Writer
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LANDOVER, Md. -- For the second time in as many games against Washington this season, Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin has suffered a first-half injury.
Austin was rolled up as he was blocking on a Felix Jones run with 12:33 left in the second quarter. He attempted to limp off the field before falling to the ground to cause a stoppage in play. He was examined by the medical staff and had his left ankle re-taped.
He is questionable to return. He was replaced by Dwayne Harris
Austin was knocked out of the Thanksgiving Day game in the first quarter because of a hip injury and did not return.
Update: Austin returned to start the third quarter.