NEW ORLEANS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith suffered an ankle injury during a sack on the final drive of Sunday’s loss to the New Orleans Saints.

Owner Jerry Jones told reporters after the game that Smith had a high ankle sprain. The left tackle will be re-evaluated on Monday on the severity of his injury.

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The injury happened after quarterback Dak Prescott rolled on top of Smith’s ankle during a sack as the team was looking to win the game with less than two minutes left.

The 28-year-old was replaced by Cameron Fleming for the rest of the drive.

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The Cowboys were unable to put up any points in the fourth quarter as the offense was held in check by the stifling Saints defense in the 12-10 loss. The game ended with an interception on a Hail Mary attempt by Prescott.