Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Commanders Friday Injury Report for Week 18

Oct 23, 2022; Arlington, Texas, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver KaVontae Turpin (9) runs the ball in the first quarter against the Detroit Lions at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Commanders Friday Injury Report for Week 18

The Cowboys have released their final injury report ahead of Sunday’s game against Washington, showing a pair of changes. It is important to note that Friday’s practice was a walkthrough, and the report following it is simply an estimation outside of the injury designations.

The following players have been listed on the report:

Did Not Participate:

C Tyler Biadasz: Biadasz has not practiced this week as expected and is officially OUT for Sunday with an ankle injury. With that, the Cowboys are encouraged with him and do expect him to be back for the playoffs.

WR KaVontae Turpin: Turpin was a late addition to the injury report as he did not practice on Friday with an illness. The fact that he caught the illness late in the week could jeopardize his status for the game, as he is listed as QUESTIONABLE.

Limited Participants:

LB Leighton Vander Esch: Vander Esch was a limited participant in practice all week but is listed as OUT for Sunday. Vander Esch has had neck injuries in the past and will take the final week of the regular season to rest it ensuring his health for the playoffs.

Full Participants:

DE DeMarcus Lawrence: Lawrence was a full go for the walkthrough, keeping up with the trend of the past several weeks. He is listed with a foot injury but is expected to play on Sunday without any issues. The Cowboys have been very cautious with his health, especially late in the year.

RB Tony Pollard: Pollard practiced fully all week and should be able to play on Sunday after being listed with a thigh injury. He is just 12 yards shy of 1,000 rushing yards on the season.

CB Kelvin Joseph: Joseph logged his second straight full practice after not participating on Wednesday with a tooth issue. He should be good to go for Sunday.

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