IRVING, Texas – None of the trio of Terrance Williams, George Selvie and Zack Martin are much for bandying words with reporters, but they've all said enough to confirm their availability for the season opener.
All three starters have spent time on the injury report during this week's buildup to Sunday's game against San Francisco, but all of those problems appear to be manageable.
Selvie has been the one of the Cowboys' biggest injury concerns the past few weeks thanks to a shoulder injury he suffered during the preseason loss to Miami. The starting left end was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday, but said he's t full-go for the weekend.
"We've got a rotation going the whole game, and I'm going to get in there – as much as my number is called I'm going to be in there," he said.
Martin and Williams both came as a bit more of a surprise. Neither the second-year receiver nor the rookie guard dealt with anything in the way of injuries during training camp, but Williams missed Thursday's practice with a back bruise and Martin was limited with a strained foot.
"It's fine," Martin said. "Little plantar fasciitis, but nothing major."
Williams said he's been getting treatment for his back the past few days, but he added that he practiced on Friday and he'll be good to go for the game.
With any injury concern out of the way, Martin said he'll be excited to get into his first NFL regular season game.
"I always get butterflies before every game, so I'm sure I'll have a little of that," he said. "But very excited to get this thing going. Excited to play one of the better teams in the NFL to start it off."