It’s Washington week. That’s right the biggest rivalry in the NFL will once again but contested on Sunday in Dallas Texas. The Cowboys and Redskins, and this year it will definitly mean something. The Redskins are coming off back to back impressive victories, and Dallas is riding high at 3-0. So as we begin to breakdown what will be another epic battle int his rivalry. Let’s take a look at the Cowboys injury report so we know who is available to take the field.
This is the injury report heading into practice on Wednesday:
LB Anthony Spencer (knee) – Coach Wade Phillips said Spencer was feeling better Monday and would run with the team. Whether he practices Wednesday is still up in the air. He has missed two of three games so far.
WR Sam Hurd (ankle) – Though Phillips seemed to waffle on Hurd’s availability against Washington, the third-year receiver said he was fully cleared by trainers and ready to go.
LG Kyle Kosier (foot) – Cory Procter will slide back into the starting lineup after Kosier re-injured his right foot near the end of Sunday’s game in Green Bay. He is expected to miss another 2-3 weeks and was seen in a walking boot Monday.
NT Tank Johnson (ankle) – Johnson sprained his ankle late in Sunday’s game, but there didn’t seem to be any issue by Monday afternoon. He is expected to practice Wednesday.
FB Deon Anderson (knee) – Though Anderson said Monday he hoped to play against the Redskins, Phillips ruled him out during his afternoon press conference. The Cowboys used extra tight end sets to work around his absence.
S Roy Williams (arm) – Williams fractured his right forearm during the Philadelphia game Sept. 15 and should miss another 2-3 weeks.