Dallas Cowboys Injury Report

  • RB Felix Jones (hip) – Did Not Participate: Jones left temporarily with a hip injury Sunday against the Lions, but X-rays were negative and he returned to help close the game out, finishing with 86 all-purpose yards. He did not participate in Monday’s walkthrough at Valley Ranch, however, and will be evaluated the next two days leading up to the Thanksgiving matchup with New Orleans
  • CB Terence Newman (ankle) – Full Participation: The veteran cornerback has been dealing with a sore ankle, but he started against the Lions after only participating in a limited portion of Friday’s practice.
  • LB Bradie James (knee) – Full Participation: Sticking to what has been routine here in the last month, James started against the Lions after building up to full practice participation during the week. The veteran linebacker has been bothered by a sore knee for a few weeks but hasn’t missed any time in games, and was a full participant in Monday’s walkthrough.
  • DE Sean Lissemore (ankle) – Did Not Participate: Lissemore suffered a high ankle sprain on the opening kickoff Nov. 7 against the Packers. He is expected to miss at least a month total.
  • QB Tony Romo (left shoulder) – Did Not Participate: The starting quarterback is likely out at least another 2-4 weeks with a fractured left clavicle, though he did throw Sunday in pregame for the first time since the Oct. 25 injury. The best rehab process is simply to let the fracture heal and that will likely take close to two months in total. It’s possible, but still uncertain, that Romo will return later this season.

Source: DallasCowboys.com

Topics: Bradie James, Cowboys, Dallas Cowboys, Felix Jones, Injury Report, NFL, Tony Romo

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