The final injury report is in for the Dallas Cowboys as they prepare to head west and take on the Los Angeles Chargers. Unfortunately we already know that some players are out. DeMarcus Lawrence had surgery on his foot and has already been moved to IR. He joins Michael Gallup on that list who is recovering from a calf strain that happened in the Week 1 game. La’el Collins is also out with his suspension. Randy Gregory is not officially out yet, but all signs point to him missing the game because of COVID.
Today, we also found out that reserve tackle Ty Nsekhe will miss the game after he suffered a bout of heat exhaustion on Thursday that actually led to a hospital visit. The Cowboys offensive line depth at tackle will be tested with both Collins and Nsekhe out.
The Cowboys didn’t practice today, but here is their estimated injury report.
No practice today for the Cowboys, but S Damontae Kazee (thigh) is listed as questionable and S Donovan Wilson (groin) also questionable.— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) September 17, 2021
They really need at least on of them to go on Sunday. There was also this bit of news.
Cowboys WR Osirus Mitchell sprained his left foot in practice Thursday and has been placed on Practice Squad/Injured. Initial expectation is he'll be out four to six weeks, source said.— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) September 17, 2021
The 6-5 Mitchell was used in practice to simulate catch radius of Chargers WR Mike Williams.
The Chargers also have this.