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Cowboys vs. Texans final injury report: Frederick, Lee and Williams ruled out

The final injury reports are in.

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The final injury report for the Cowboys and Texans game is in. There isn’t much on it that we didn’t already expect based on Jason Garrett’s press conferences. Sean Lee, Travis Frederick and Terrance Williams have all been ruled out of the game on Sunday night.

Additionally, Maliek Collins, Chidobe Awuzie and Antwaun Woods are listed as questionable. Awuzie seems like he’s good to go. Collins would be a great addition to have back, but we probably won’t know his status until Sunday.

As for Randy Gregory and David Irving?

The official report has Randy Gregory listed as a non-participant on Friday, so we’ll have to more clarification on that. Irving didn’t practice again, so his status is in doubt. David Moore suggests that Williams could go to IR to make room for Irving.

The Cowboys also have a group of players who are listed on the injury report but appear to be full-go’s for the game as they all practiced in full on Friday. This includes Tavon Austin, DeMarcus Lawrence, Cole Beasley, Ezekiel Elliott and Jeff Heath.

Lamar Miller has shown up as questionable on the Texans injury list, along with Keke Coutee and Will Fuller. Cornerback Aaron Colvin and linebacker Brian Peters have been ruled out.

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