The Dallas Cowboys have a very quick turnaround this week after their loss to the Baltimore Ravens. They have until Sunday to prepare for a game with the Cincinnati Bengals. Given the unusual circumstances of this week for the Cowboys, they did not practice today so there was not a true injury report. But they did send out an estimated practice report based on how things would have gone if they actually did practice.
The biggest news was that Ezekiel Elliott has an injury to his calf that would have made him limited today. Elliott was running tough against the Ravens and had a decent output, but picked up an ailment. He would have been joined on the limited list by cornerback Anthony Brown.
The Cowboys are hoping to get offensive tackle Cam Erving back soon but he wouldn't have been able to practice today. Neither would have safety Donovan Wilson who is still nursing a groin injury.
Cowboys did not practice today. Had they, this is an estimation of participation level: LT Cam Erving (knee) and S Donovan Wilson (groin) wouldn’t have practiced. RB Ezekiel Elliott (calf) and CB Anthony Brown (ribs) would have been limited participants, per team.— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) December 9, 2020