Bigg participated in parts of practice today but the decision about playing him on Sunday stills seems to be up in the air.
Practice access for the media just wrapped up, and G Leonard Davis was a full participant, there for stretching and bag drills. Wade Phillips seemed unsure whether he would play, and there's certainly a chance that Davis will be held back in the closed part of practice, but he looked ready to go in the part that Cowboys Blog viewed.
Everyone except Terry Glenn was there, and no one was held out, though CB Anthony Henry was still playing a "sub packages" role. And here's one last nugget: Rookie LB Justin Rogers seemed to be playing the role of Chris Cooley for the look team. They had him flanked out on Roy Williams during defensive passing skeleton work.
Skin Patrol has posted my answers to his 5 Questions, here, before he heads out for the actual game. I’m sure he’ll have an interesting report on his time at Texas Stadium at the beginning of next week.
Tony Romo’s father had successful surgery for prostate cancer and the prognosis is excellent.
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo's 50-year-old father, Ramiro, underwent successful prostate surgery Wednesday morning in Chicago and could be released from the hospital as early as Friday evening, according to a source close to the family.
"The surgery went extremely well," said the source.
That’s great news for Tony and his family, and especially for his dad.
Things aren’t as good for Ron Springs as he still lies in a vegetative state. Shawn Springs discussed it earlier this week.