The Dallas Cowboys are back in the building the day after a convincing 33-10 road win over the Carolina Panthers. The Cowboys are 7-3, and depending on the outcome of tonight’s game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs, the Cowboys could be one game out of first place in the NFC East. The Cowboys won’t hold a standard practice as the week will consist primarily of walkthroughs and meetings before Thursday’s game.
Per usual the Cowboys will be home for the holiday, this year facing the Washington Commanders at AT&T Stadium on Thanksgiving. Here is your initial injury report of the week for the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys’ injury report for Monday’s walkthrough practice: pic.twitter.com/jeWvJUzsvy— Jess Nevarez (@JessNevarez_) November 20, 2023
Running back Rico Dowdle did not practice with an ankle injury. Jayron Kearse was also withheld from practice and listed as a DNP with a back issue. KaVontae Turpin was a full participant. CeeDee Lamb and Terence Steele were limited today.
The #Cowboys play the #Commanders on Thur.— Brandon Loree (@Brandoniswrite) November 20, 2023
While it’s an estimation (no practice on Monday), WAS has these players of note on their injury report:
- CB Emmanuel Forbes Jr. (Elbow) — DNP
- G Sam Cosmi (Chest) — Limited
- RB Antonio Gibson (Toe) — Limited #DallasCowboys
Antonio Gibson practiced for Washington in a limited fashion. Gibson did not play on Sunday and his early limited practice puts him on the right track to play Thursday. Gibson is fifth on the team in receptions and has the third-most kickoff return yards in the NFL. If he can play this week, it would greatly benefit the Commanders. Meanwhile, Washington first-round selection Emmanuel Forbes did not practice.