[Ed. Note: We have no official word on the injury report from the Cowboys local or national media. This report is reliant on Seahawks Wire, part of the USA Today network, and from the Seahawks official site. If anything changes later we will update.]
The estimated final Cowboys injury report is in for the game against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. We’ve known since early in the week that Chidobe Awuzie would not play this week, he will likely miss a few weeks and Stephen Jones even mentioned he’s likely to hit injured reserve.
The big names for this week are DeMarcus Lawrence, Tyron Smith, and Trevon Diggs. Earlier today, coach Mike McCarthy said he believed that Lawrence and Diggs would be fine for the game barring any kind of setback.
The Cowboys do a walk-through instead of a practice on Friday so the team has to estimate the player’s ability to practice if a real one was held.
DeMarcus Lawrence was designated as limited with his knee injury. Tyron Smith, as expected, would not practice and the Cowboys will determine his status after Saturday’s practice. The good news for the Cowboys is that Trevon Diggs was estimated to be a full participant today.
Officially, according to the report, both Lawrence and Smith are questionable.
Here is Stephen Jones on Tyron Smith:
Cowboys VP Stephen Jones on @1053thefan said LT Tyron Smith (neck) "will be a game-time decision again." Smith wasn't especially close last week. "He's certainly making great progress. Would love for him to be able to play. We'll see how that works out."— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) September 25, 2020
According to Seahawks Wire, Seattle will be without defensive end Rasheem Green and have four other players who are questionable. Defensive end Benson Mayowa, cornerback Quinton Dunbar, cornerback Neiko Thorpe, and tackle Cedric Ogbuehi are listed as questionable.