It's a short week, the Dallas Cowboys must get ready to host the Super Bowl champs, the New Orleans Saints, on their anual Turkey Day extravaganza. Everything is accelerated meaning injuries don't have as long to heal. One name is featured for the Cowboys as missing Monday's practice, that was Felix Jones. Jones hurt his hip in the Lions game, but returned to finish the game. Monday was a walk-through, and if Jones could finish the game on Sunday, you have to think the Cowboys are just resting him. Felix has begun to shine in the offense, he needs to be in there.
Terence Newman had full-participation on Monday, hopefully he has gotten through the worst of rib and ankle injuries. Of course, Tony Romo is on the injury report. He made news by actually throwing a football last week. But, the expectation is that he has at least 2-4 more weeks before he could play.
DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE Monday: RB Felix Jones (hip), DE Sean Lissemore (ankle), QB Tony Romo (left shoulder)
FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE Monday: LB Bradie James (knee), CB Terence Newman (ankle)
Saints injuries after the jump...
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE Monday: C Jonathan Goodwin (back), DT Tony Hargrove (knee), RB Chris Ivory (shoulder, knee), S Malcolm Jenkins (neck), S Darren Sharper (hamstring), TE Jeremy Shockey (rib), RB Pierre Thomas (ankle), S Usama Young (calf)