The Dallas Cowboys final injury report of the week finds three players listed as questionable. The Cowboys starting left and right tackles, Tyron Smith and La’el Collins, are both listed as questionable. Neither tackle practiced this week but it would appear that if either were going to play it would be Smith who was seen rehabbing on the side of practice. Still, no practice throughout the week usually means the player will not be active. We’ll have to see if either player can get on the field Sunday. If not, Cameron Fleming and Brandon Knight would be the expected replacements.
Randall Cobb was also unable to practice on Friday and has been listed as questionable. Coach Garrett said Cobb’s back tightened up on him Thursday but they would have to wait and see if it got better over the weekend before making a decision.
Amari Cooper and Tyrone Crawford were limited today but both will play on Sunday.
Leighton Vander Esch was a full participant in practice on Friday as he recovered from his illness and also will go on Sunday.
#Cowboys practice report lists OL Tyron Smith (ankle), OL La'el Collins (knee), and WR Randall Cobb (hip/back) all as questionable for Sunday's game against the #Jets.#DALvsNYJ pic.twitter.com/DDgZGpcYCx— Joe Trahan (@JoeTrahan) October 11, 2019
[C.J.] Mosley remained out of practice due to the groin injury he suffered in the first week of the regular season. As a result, Gase said at his Friday press conference that it is “highly unlikely” that one of the team’s biggest offseason acquisitions will be in the lineup against the Cowboys.
Gase’s description also applied to defensive lineman Henry Anderson and left guard Kelechi Osemele. Anderson injured his shoulder last week and Osemele did not play in the loss to the Eagles because of a knee injury. Neither player practiced this week.