The Dallas Cowboys are back in the groove of practicing for a game and we get our fist injury report of the week. It looks like the bye week was good to the team as they appear relatively healthy for the middle of the year.
The only player who was unable to practice today is backup offensive tackle Cameron Fleming. He is dealing with a calf injury.
Robert Quinn was a full participant at practice which is very good news for the team as he’s been the best pass rusher through the first half of the season. He couldn’t finish the Eagles game with a rib injury. Joining Quinn on the injury list, yet still fully participating in practice, are Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and Dorance Armstrong.
Five Cowboys were limited in practice including starting linebacker Leighton Vander Esch. He is joined by slot corner Anthony Brown who is still battling a hamstring injury. Then there are the three offensive linemen - Tyron Smith, La’el Collins and Zack Martin. They were all limited but will all be fine as they played two weeks ago.
It feels like it’s been a million years since we’ve had a practice report.— David Helman (@HelmanDC) October 31, 2019
No surprises for the Cowboys, and Sterling Shepard practiced fully for New York. pic.twitter.com/BjRoQGhcVP
Meanwhile, the Giants look super healthy for this time of the year.