It won’t be Terrance Williams’ first official start. The Dallas Cowboys opened in a three-receiver set against the New York Giants with the rookie from Baylor on the field with Dez Bryant and Miles Austin for the first play of the season.

But with Austin out this week with a hamstring injury Williams will be more heavily involved in the game plan.

“Terrance right from the start has come in here and it never has seemed too big for him” Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Friday. “He works very hard. I think he’s gotten better and better at each of the different phases of his game. Again it’s not easy to come in here and beat these NFL corners but I think he’s done some positive things for us and made some plays for us. He’s acclimated well.

“He still has a long way to go obviously and wants to have more of a role and contribute even more than he has up to this point. But he’s certainly making progress.”

Williams has played 97 of 203 plays this season making five catches for 60 yards.

Quarterback Tony Romo has more confidence in Williams now than he did in the season opener against the Giants after Williams failed to get the audible and ran a wrong route resulting in Romo’s only interception of the season.

“He is starting to have some trust in me” Williams said Friday. “I have to just keep showing him when he gives me chances to make plays on balls just come down with it and make the play.”

Receiver Dwayne Harris (hip) is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game but Harris said he expects to play.

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