OXNARD, Calif. (AP) -Dallas Cowboys cornerback Terence Newman will miss at least three weeks of practice because of a significant groin injury, coach Wade Phillips said Tuesday.
Newman was on the field but not in uniform for the team's only workout Tuesday.
He was injured during the morning practice Monday when he became tangled up with a receiver during a play and his leg twisted awkwardly. He didn't participate in the second practice Monday.
Newman underwent an MRI exam, which showed a significant injury, Phillips said.
Newman went to his first Pro Bowl last season.
Returning to the field Tuesday was linebacker Justin Rogers, who sat out Monday due to dehydration sustained when he practiced despite a virus the previous day.

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