ARLINGTON (105.3 The Fan) – Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens left Saturday’s game with a knee injury.

The four-year pro out of Iowa was grabbing his knee after a long run by Oakland Raiders running back Jamize Olawale that was negated by a penalty.

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Hitchens had to be helped off the field without putting any weight on his right leg.

Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett announced after the game that Hitchens will need an MRI to determine the severity of his injury.

Jerry Jones told media members that they are very concerned about Hitchens knee injury.

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“Don’t like the way that looks,” Jones said.

105.3 The Fan’s Mike Fisher is reporting that the Cowboys are fearing that Hitchens has suffered a season-ending injury.

Hitchens is projected to start at middle linebacker.

In other injury news, Cowboys left guard Chaz Green left with an ankle injury. Garrett also said he wasn’t sure how serious his injury is at this time.

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