The injury report for the Dallas Cowboys looks very good two days before the opener against the San Francisco 49ers. Yesterday we had a couple of starter's names pop up on the report, but today both were back at practice and are expected to play. Also, George Selvie confirms he's good to go for Sunday.
Selvie has been limited in practice all week as he continues to recover from a sprained right shoulder. Selvie, who had his right should surgically repaired this offseason, was injured in the Cowboys' third preseason game at Miami on Aug. 23.
Selvie said he won't be limited against San Francisco.
"I feel a lot better," Selvie said. "I had some rest, so I'm good. I'm ready to go. I'm going."
As for those two starter's from yesterday, Terrance Williams and Zack Martin, they're good.
Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams and rookie right guard Zack Martin said Friday they'll be fine to play Sunday in the season opener against the San Francisco 49ers.
Both starters on offense popped up on the club's official injury report Thursday afternoon for the first time this week.
Yesterday Terrell McClain said he wouldn't play.
The 49ers have some injuries and other situations to deal with. Right tackle Anthony Davis has not practiced this week (hamstring), including today's practice, meaning he likely won't play. In his place will be Jonathan Martin, the player who was in the middle of the Miami bullying scandal. It's also unknown if guard Alex Boone will play, and how much if he does, after he held out all preseason.
For more on the problems with the 49ers offensive line, read this at Niners Nation.