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Cowboys injury report: Tyron Smith doubtful, Zack Martin questionable

Here is the Dallas Cowboys final injury report. It looks like Tyron Smith might not be ready.

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The Dallas Cowboys Friday injury report is setting off some alarms as we have some troubling news regarding the Cowboys’ offensive line.

The idea that neither starting right guard Zack Martin and starting left tackle Tyron Smith have practiced this week is concerning. Martin was optimistic following the game last week, hoping to play Sunday. However, Smith’s status is a lot worse. Smith has sustained many injuries over recent season, some to do with his back. He has played terrific in the lineup this year, but depending on the severity of Smith’s injury, it could be a setback for the offensive line at the worst possible time.

As expected, Martin is deemed as questionable on the final injury report. Smith is considered doubtful. Johnathan Hankins is out for another week while Malik Hooker is questionable, but there is some optimism he might play.

Matt Waletzko is questionable after practicing all week.

Mike McDaniel spoke with the media today to give an update on the status of Tyreek Hill. Hill practiced for the second consecutive day, and the head coach seemed optimistic about Hill’s status this week. Meanwhile, Robert Hunt has been ruled out of the game.

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