Yesterday was eventful. The Dallas Cowboys hosted linebacker Shaquille Leonard for a visit after the Indianapolis Colts released Leonard. After arriving in Dallas on Monday night, Jerry Jones met with Leonard for several hours on Tuesday. Still, no agreement was reached, and Leonard met with the Eagles in Philadelphia today. The two clubs face one another on December 10th. The question is, which sideline will Leonard be on? Or any sideline at all, for that matter. The Leonard situation bears monitoring and has some intrigue ahead of Dallas’s Thursday game against the Seattle Seahawks.
As for the Cowboys on the field, they took part in their final practice of the week. The Cowboys have a clean bill of health for the game. Here is your final injury report of the week.
#Cowboys final injury report vs. Seahawks:— Patrik [No C] Walker (@VoiceOfTheStar) November 29, 2023
Micah Parsons returned to full practice, as did Dante Fowler.
Everyone is full go for TNF.
Also: Decision looming on Peyton Hendershot as he nears his 21-day window.
(No, there are no Leonard updates at this time. Thx.) pic.twitter.com/Z8P9GNl6Co
Micah Parsons, who sat out yesterday’s practice with an illness, was removed from the injury report. The same goes for Dante Fowler, who also has an illness and will play tomorrow. Rico Dowdle, who has been limited by an ankle injury this week, was upgraded to full participation today. Jayron Kearse was upgraded to a full participant on Wednesday and was removed from the injury report also.
We’re still awaiting confirmation for Seattle, but they will be without Kenneth Walker at running back, who has not practiced this week and probably will miss a second consecutive game with an oblique injury. This would be a detriment to Seattle if Walker cannot play. He leads the Seahawks with 613 rushing yards.