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 IRVING, Texas (AP) -Dallas safety Roy Williams left Monday night's game against Philadelphia in the third quarter with a right forearm injury after making a tackle on special teams.
Williams and Keith Davis combined to hit Eagles return man Quintin Demps during a kickoff. The Pro Bowl safety immediately went to the sideline and was escorted to the locker room a few plays later.
Backup Patrick Watkins took Williams' place in the defensive backfield and was called for a key face mask penalty on Philadelphia's next drive.

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