Ezekiel Elliott missed his second practice this week with a knee injury further putting his availability for Sunday in doubt.
Micah Parsons was added to Thursday’s report and was limited in practice.
Wide receiver Noah Brown did not practice while working through a foot injury, but got some rehab in with James Washington and director of rehabilitation a day prior. Washington’s timeline is still up in the air but he seems to be progressively getting some work off to the side of regular practice.
Defensive end Sam Williams did not practice on Thursday with a knee injury.
Tight end Dalton Schultz continues to be a constant theme in each week’s injury report and was a limited practice participant on Thursday, as was offensive tackle Terence Steele.
Safety Malik Hooker missed practice for the second day in a row but Jayron Kearse was full go.
Cowboys S Malik Hooker (hamstring) also won’t practice today. WR Noah Brown (foot) to open practice with director of rehabilitation Britt Brown but, based on how he fares, could join teammates for 11-on-11, Mike McCarthy said. https://t.co/5oL503AuH6— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) October 27, 2022
The Cowboys’ latest roster addition, linebacker Damone Clark, was full go in practice on Thursday as he works his way back from a spinal fusion procedure in March.
Linebacker Devin Harper was limited in practice while defensive tackles Quinton Bohanna, Neville Gallimore and Trysten Hill were all full-practice participants.
#Cowboys injury report vs. Bears (Thursday):— Patrik [No C] Walker (@VoiceOfTheStar) October 27, 2022
No change to Noah Brown, Ezekiel Elliott or Malik Hooker (expected, per MM).
Micah Parsons, Sam Williams both added to the report, the latter being DNP on Thursday.
Items to watch as practice week nears its close. pic.twitter.com/JLmZgYRpDq