As Larry The Cable Guy says, “Git-R-Done”, that’s what we are all hoping for on Sunday when the Cowboys take on the Seattle Seahawks. As far as injuries go, things are starting to look up for Dallas. So let’s hope the Cowboys get to feast on a little pre-Thanksgiving bird of a different kind.
Here’s The Injury Report As Dallas Prepares To Take On Seattle
- The Dez Bryant watch could move from the sideline to the field. He’s listed as questionable, however, all indications are barring a setback will see the field come Sunday.
- Brice Butler (hamstring), James Hanna (ankle), DeMarcus Lawrence (back) and Morris Claiborne (illness) are all listed as probable, but were full participants Friday in practice and will play again barring a setback.
- Barry Church did not participate in practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He was listed as a limited participant on Friday with a high ankle sprain, and will be a game-time decision.
- Joe Randle was ruled out earlier in the week for an oblique strain.
As for the Seahawks, the real only concern is OT-Russell Okung who was limited in practice on Thursday and did not practice on Friday. Okung is currently listed as questionable.
The Seahawks have ten other players listed with notables Marshawn Lynch, Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett among them, but they all practiced in full on Friday and should see the field come Sunday.
Here’s to good health and a tasty poultry feast come Sunday.