Dez Bryant wasn't the only Dallas Cowboys starting offensive player to not make it through Sunday night's season opener. Starting left guard Ronald Leary injured his groin in the third quarter and never returned. On Tuesday, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones refused to rule him out for Week 2, per Drew Davidson.

If Leary is forced to sit out Week 2's matchup against the Eagles, the Cowboys could turn to veteran Mackenzy Bernadeau or talented rookie La'el Collins. Although it was Bernadeau who stepped in for Leary during Sunday's game, that could change this week. Collins was inactive and ineligible to play, but his dominant performance during the preseason and training camp should not be overlooked.

Leary will likely turn into a game time decision this weekend, but keep an eye on who take the most repetitions at left guard in practice this week.

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