The Dallas Cowboys will head into their Tuesday night clash with the Baltimore Raven minus a couple of offensive linemen, and with a few other players questionable for the game. The team has known for a while that they will be without their two starting offensive tackles as both Zack Martin and Cam Erving have been ruled out of the game.
The Cowboys have four other players who are questionable for Tuesday. The team hopes to have Aldon Smith back after an illness sidelined him for much of the week. Smith was able to practice Saturday, a good sign he will be ready to go on Tuesday.
Corner Anthony Brown hopes to get back after two practices with limited ability. Donovan Wilson hurt his groin in the last game and has been unable to practice, casting doubt on his availability. Another safety, Steven Parker, has also been sidelined this week and is questionable.
The Ravens have plenty of questions around who will play because of injury and COVID-19. Officially they have nine questionable players and two doubtful players. They also still have ten players on the COVID-19 list.
DOUBTFUL: Defensive tackle Broderick Washington (concussion) and cornerback Tramon Williams (thigh)
QUESTIONABLE: Cornerbacks Jimmy Smith (thigh) and Davontae Harris (thigh), safeties Chuck Clark (knee) and DeShon Elliott (knee/ankle), defensive end Calais Campbell (calf), defensive tackle Brandon Williams (ankle), offensive lineman D.J. Fluker (ankle), inside linebacker Kristian Welch (ankle) and outside linebacker Jaylon Ferguson (illness)
- Quarterback Lamar Jackson
- Fullback Patrick Ricard
- Tight end Mark Andrews
- Wide receiver Willie Snead
- Offensive lineman Will Holden
- Defensive tackle Justin Madubuike
- Outside linebacker Matthew Judon
- Cornerback Terrell Bonds (was on injured reserve)
- Safety Geno Stone
- Long snapper Morgan Cox
Of course the big question is the status of quarterback Lamar Jackson, which probably won’t be known for a day or two.