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Cowboys @ Rams: Final Injury Report, Rolando McClain Officially Doubtful

The Cowboys will likely be missing a key player on defense.

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The final injury reports are in for the Dallas Cowboys and the St. Louis Rams as both teams prepare for battle on Sunday.

The Cowboys are likely to be without Rolando McClain who has solidified the middle linebacker position for the first few games of the year. McClain has a groin strain and hasn't practiced all week. Jason Garrett all but said he would need to practice this week to play and Jerry Jones also doesn't think he'll play. That would likely leave rookie Anthony Hitchens as the starter in the middle, and without Justin Durant, Kyle Wilber will have to help out when they go to three linebackers.

Durant is actually looking to be ahead of schedule in his recovery, he won't play this week but it's possible he could return next week against the Saints. Rookie Davon Coleman will miss the game with a calf injury and Anthony Spencer will obviously be out. Spencer did practice on Wednesday and Thursday in a limited fashion. He rested on Friday, but maybe in a week or two he can go.

Everyone else is likely to play.


OUT - DT Davon Coleman (knee), LB Justin Durant (groin), DE Anthony Spencer (knee)
DOUBTFUL - LB Rolando McClain (groin)
QUESTIONABLE - WR Dez Bryant (shoulder), DE Lavar Edwards (knee), TE Gavin Escobar (knee), RB Joseph Randle (concussion)
PROBABLE - DT Ken Bishop (illness), G Zack Martin (foot), QB Tony Romo (back), DE George Selvie (shoulder)
Practice Report


OUT - CB Trumaine Johnson (knee), C Barrett Jones (back), CB Brandon McGee (foot)
QUESTIONABLE - WR Tavon Austin (knee), TE Cory Harkey (knee), QB Shaun Hill (thigh)
PROBABLE - G Rodger Saffold (illness), C Scott Wells (not injury related)

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