Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles Tuesday Injury Report for Week 16

Dec 11, 2022; Arlington, Texas, USA; Dallas Cowboys linebacker Leighton Vander Esch (55) leaves the field following a game against the Houston Texans at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Raymond Carlin III-USA TODAY Sports

Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles Tuesday Injury Report for Week 16

The Cowboys have released their injury report following Tuesday’s practice, and the late-season injury bug certainly seems to have finally caught up to them. Injuries were a big part of Dallas’ disappointing loss to Jacksonville last week.

The following players have been listed on the report:

Did Not Participate:

LB Micah Parsons: Parsons missed Tuesday’s practice with an illness. His situation will be monitored, but he should be fine before the game this weekend.

LB Leighton Vander Esch: Vander Esch did not practice on Tuesday as expected due to a neck injury that he suffered last week. He has had neck problems in the past, and it has been proven troublesome.

Limited Participants:

DE DeMarcus Lawrence: Lawrence was limited in practice with a foot injury. This is likely the team keeping him healthy late in the season as he has not seen a limit in snaps come gametime

DE Dorance Armstrong: Armstrong was listed as limited in practice with a knee injury. He was questionable going into last week’s game and then left the game early after reaggravating the knee.

WR Noah Brown: Brown was limited in practice with a foot injury. Brown has solidified himself as the third receiver on the depth chart as he has grown trust with Dak Prescott. The game-ending interception tipped off his hands in overtime last week.

S Jayron Kearse: Kearse was limited on Tuesday with a shoulder/back injury. He held the same designation last week, and it did not keep him out of the game.

TE Jake Ferguson: Ferguson did not play last week due to a concussion, so practicing this week is progress toward a return. He has yet to clear concussion protocol.

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