[UPDATE] Shortly after the injury report came out, Cowboys linebacker Keanu Neal was added to the COVID list and will miss Sunday.
Cowboys LB Keanu Neal has been added to the COVID-19 reserve list— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) December 31, 2021
The Cowboys will be thin at linebacker on Sunday.
It’s New Year’s Eve, and while plenty of people are off work today, the NFL keeps humming along. The Dallas Cowboys and the Arizona Cardinals are both preparing for their Sunday afternoon game, and on Fridays they release an official injury report with designations for injured players.
Fortunately for Dallas, the list is very short for this time of the year, and this week carries no designations.
Cowboys getting healthy at the right time. Dallas doesn’t have a single injury status designation for Sunday’s game. Everyone on the active roster is expected to play pic.twitter.com/vF7imfwvJH— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) December 31, 2021
Tyron Smith will return to his normal left tackle spot. That is big news for the Cowboys as Chandler Jones awaits on Sunday.
After two practices, Cowboys LT Tyron Smith (ankle) remains on track to start Sunday vs. Cardinals, coach Mike McCarthy said. He missed the previous two games.— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) December 31, 2021
DeMarcus Lawrence is a go after being limited in practice, which will likely be the case for a while. No reason to risk his foot more than necessary.
The Cowboys will be without defensive tackle Quinton Bohanna who has tested positive for COVID. He missed practice yesterday with an unspecified illness, which is now termed as COVID.
The Cowboys are in remarkable health for Week 17.
Here are the Cardinals designations.
Still a lot of #AZCardinals officially in question for Sunday. #AZvsDAL pic.twitter.com/6egmaPlyR4— Darren Urban (@Cardschatter) December 31, 2021