- RB Marion Barber (calf) – Did Not Participate – After missing his first game of the season last week because of a strained calf, Marion Barber again was not on the practice field Wednesday or Thursday. The Cowboys rushed for 183 yards between Tashard Choice and Felix Jones on Sunday, meaning it’s unlikely Barber will be rushed back into action.
- Keith Brooking (foot) – Limited Participation – The same injury that limited Brooking from practice last week again kept him out of Wednesday’s practice and limited him Thursday. Brooking played last week but split time with rookie Sean Lee, who had two interceptions.
- Bradie James (knee) – Full Participation – No surprise that James didn’t practice on Wednesday, but was back Thursday. A knee injury has kept him out of Wednesday’s practice for more than a month now.
- Orlando Scandrick (concussion) – Did Not Participate – Despite suffering a concussion on Sunday that kept him out for nearly three quarters, Scandrick still has a chance to play this week. Scandrick said he would be “all right” when asked on Wednesday and coach Jason Garrett has sounded optimistic that Scandrick could be ready to play against the Eagles.
- Jason Witten (ankle) – Full Participation – The Cowboys haven’t even listed the tight end on this week’s injury report. Witten suffered a sprained ankle against Indianapolis, but finished the game.
- Sean Lee (shoulder) - Limited Participation – The NFC’s Defensive Player of the Week, Lee could only practice on a limited basis Wednesday and Thursday because of a shoulder injury he suffered on his interception return for a touchdown against the Colts. Lee ended up going to the locker room for treatment during the game, but returned to finish.
- Tony Romo (left shoulder) – Did Not Participate – The starting quarterback is likely out at least another 1-2 weeks with a fractured left clavicle, although he has started doing some light throwing. Romo said he still has some soreness when he lays on his shoulder to sleep, and said he likely won’t return to playing as long as continues to have pain.