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Cowboys vs. Seahawks final injury report: Maliek Collins out, trio of players questionable

The latest updates on the Cowboys injuries heading into Seattle.

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Friday brings us the final injury report of the week. As the Cowboys prepare to travel to Seattle for a game on Sunday, they have a few concerns. Maliek Collins has been ruled out. The defensive tackle has a sprained knee and didn’t practice all week so he’s a no-go for Sunday.

The rest of the report:

Xavier Woods has a chance at playing in his first game of 2018 as he made it through all three practices this week, even if he was limited. He’s officially designated as questionable. Also questionable are a pair of veterans who play key roles on the team, linebacker Sean Lee and wide receiver Cole Beasley. Lee has already stated that he intends to play, while Beasley showed up on the report after rolling his ankle in Wednesday’s practice. Both are officially listed as questionable and both were limited in practice today.

Kavon Frazier, Datone Jones, Randy Gregory and Daniel Ross all appear on the injury report but have had full participation all week so they will be ready to play. Gregory will get back to action after being injured early in the first game, and Datone Jones will see his first action of the season.

Travis Frederick is listed as out, as expected.

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