The final injury reports are in for the Dallas Cowboys upcoming game against the Minnesota Vikings. The Cowboys do a walk-through on Fridays so their injuries are estimates on how players would have done at a real practice. Saturday is usually the defining day for Cowboys injuries.
Anyway, today two defensive ends, DeMarcus Lawrence and Randy Gregory, were officially listed as questionable for Sunday. Both players have been suffering from unspecified illnesses but they are both expected to play according to coach Mike McCarthy. Gregory was back at The Star today and was designated as limited, but Lawrence has yet to arrive there.
Cowboys edge rushers DeMarcus Lawrence and Randy Gregory are questionable for Sunday’s game, but both are expected to play pic.twitter.com/PBMSrZBLWj— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) November 20, 2020
Tyler Bidasz is the only player to be officially ruled out on Sunday, he will be replaced at center by Joe Looney. Andy Dalton, Ezekiel Elliott, Zack Martin and Joe Thomas are all good to go for Sunday.
The Vikings will be without Ezra Cleveland at guard which is kind of a blow for Minnesota as he has helped to solidify the middle of their line.