The Dallas Cowboys released two injured players running back Alonzo Coleman and cornerback Michael Hawkins. This move will cut the Cowboys roster to 77, at a time not long before the team playing against the Titans on Friday. But not a pity at all for the two really played so little during the time they were Cowboys.
Coleman was signed by the Cowboys in 2007 as a rookie free agent, but he spent all of that season and the first 13 weeks last season on the practice squad.
He has skipped traning camp for long since he hurt his knee. During the past two seasons he was with the Cowboys, he appeared in only one game.
Hawkins was signed by the Cowboys in January. Before that he has been out of football for two seasons. He also had a knee injury and skipped training camp.