Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings Thursday Injury Report for Week 11

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Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings Thursday Injury Report for Week 11

Only one change was made to the Cowboys’ injury report for Thursday. Wednesday’s practice was a walkthrough, so today’s session served as a better barometer for injuries.

The following players were listed on the report:

Did Not Participate:

DE DeMarcus Lawrence: DLaw did not practice on Thursday, but the expectation is he plays on Sunday. He is dealing with both a foot and knee injury and according to Lawrence himself, he thinks there could be a fracture where he previously had foot surgery. He says the right knee hurts more than his feet, however, he is trying to manage the best he can to remain fresh for Sunday.

DT Quinton Bohanna: Bohanna is a new addition to the injury report as he did not practice Thursday with an illness.

Limited Participants:

RB Ezekiel Elliott: Zeke was limited in practice on Thursday; however, he is expected to make his return this weekend. Zeke has been out the last several weeks with a knee injury.

CB Anthony Brown: Brown was limited in practice with a concussion. He is scheduled to see a doctor tomorrow to see if he is cleared to play on Sunday. He says it feels similar to the one he suffered in his rookie season, and he feels good.

LB Anthony Barr: Barr was limited on Thursday with a hamstring injury. He missed last week’s game in Green Bay.

Full Participants:

WR Michael Gallup: This is Gallup’s second straight day as a full participant in practice. He is listed with a knee injury.

OL Tyler Smith: Smith has been a full go in practice both days and should be fine for Sunday. Smith is listed with a knee injury.

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