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Broken collarbone for Roy Williams?

Paging Marvin Harrison.

A league source tells us that Cowboys receiver Roy Williams suffered a broken collarbone during his Thursday night collision with cornerback Orlando Scandrick.

Typically, a broken collarbone requires a healing period of six to eight weeks.

Paging Marvin Harrison.

The injury came as the Cowboys practiced without shoulder pads. Per the source, Scandrick and Williams simply ran into each other.

Paging Marvin Harrison.

UPDATE: Another source tells us that the X-rays were negative. Our original source insists that it’s a break, and that Williams will miss 6-8 weeks.

SECOND UPDATE: Williams told multiple players it was broken. X-rays reveal otherwise. MRI coming tomorrow. Sorry for the confusion. It’s one of the hazards of real-time reporting, and it’s one we’d like to avoid.