The Dallas Cowboys will face Washington on Sunday with a couple of key defensive pieces showing up as questionable. Orlando Scandrick and Jack Crawford have been listed as questionable, although both were full participants in Friday's practice. Scandrick is bothered by a hamstring and Crawford has a shoulder injury. Scandrick is telling everyone that he is fine and he is expected to play on Sunday.
The players officially out of this week's game are the same as in week one of the 2016 season. Tony Romo is out, along with linebacker Mark Nzeocha and defensive end Charles Tapper. Guard Ron Leary is listed as questionable again this week with a groin problem and Geoff Swaim was added to the report with an ankle problem. Like Scandrick and Crawford, both Leary and Swaim were full participants on Friday.
Washington has ruled defensive end Kendall Reyes and linebacker Martrell Spaight out of the game. Defensive end Chris Baker, safety Su'a Cravens, wide receiver Josh Doctson and tackle Trent Williams are questionable. Williams injured his glute in practice on Thursday and didn't practice today, but he thinks he'll be ready to play. Baker, Cravens and Doctson practiced on Friday, so it's likely they will play.