Dallas Cowboys linebacker Bruce Carter will miss the rest of the season after injuring his elbow in last Thursday's loss to the Washington Redskins. After being diagnosed with a dislocated and broken left elbow, Carter was placed on injured reserved by the Cowboys. Carter is the second important tackler that Dallas has lost within the span of a month, after fellow LB Sean Lee was placed on injured reserve in late October. Sean Lee is recovering from a ligament tear in his toe, an injury also known as "turf toe." After Lee's injury, Carter replaced him as the defensive signal caller for the Cowboys. Unfortunately, Bruce Carter and Sean Lee aren't the only defensive starts that the Cowboys have lost this season. Earlier in the season the Cowboys lost safety Barry Church and DE Keyon Coleman to season-ending injuries. Are you ready to join in the excitement of a live Cowboys game? Make sure you always have Cowboys season tickets when you own a Dallas Cowboys PSL.
Bruce Carter is scheduled to have surgery on his arm later this week. After placing Carter on injured reserve, the Cowboys signed LB Brady Poppinga to bolster their defensive lineup. Poppinga is an seven-year veteran of the NFL who has previously played for the Rams and the Packers. The Dallas Cowboys take on the Philadelphia Eagles for the second time this season, on Sunday, December 2nd at Cowboys Stadium. Find the Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles tickets you've been looking for, available from Maxim Tickets, the resale ticket marketplace with the 100% Buyer Guarantee.