The Cowboys came out of week one relatively healthy. Tavon Austin (concussion) and Tyrone Crawford (hip) are the only two players not at Wednesday’s practice who played on Sunday. Reserve linebacker Luke Gifford also didn’t practice just like last week.
Safeties Donovan Wilson and Darian Thompson both were limited on Wednesday after sitting out the practices and the game last week. Zack Martin was also limited just as he was in the practices from Week 1, but he played on Sunday and coach Garrett said he didn’t have a setback.
In some under-the-radar injury news, Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper said he experienced a flare-up of his foot issue late in Sunday’s game against the Giants. Cooper caught six of nine targets for 106 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys week one victory. Cooper showed his nuanced route-running and made a big impact on the game, even with two drops on the night. Cooper did slow down quite a bit in the second half of the game, catching just one ball for 45 yards, on the first-snap of the third quarter.
Cowboys WR Amari Cooper said he experienced a flare-up of foot issue late in Sunday’s game, but it doesn’t appear to have been of lasting concern. Cooper moving well in practice today.— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) September 11, 2019
While this doesn’t sound like something we should panic about yet, this is going to be something to monitor all season. Cooper did go through Wednesday’s practice and looked good according to Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News.
Redskins-Cowboys injury report: pic.twitter.com/p5FPEjlCQT— John Keim (@john_keim) September 11, 2019
Washington is already stacking up some early injuries to players like DT Jonathan Allen, RB Derrius Guice, TE Jordan Reed and S Montae Nicholson.