Cowboys Injury Report: LB DeMarcus Ware Listed As Questionable But Should Play
The Dallas Cowboys have put a wraps on their Friday practice as they prepare to host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday and their final injury report of the week is now out.
Defensive tackle Jay Ratliff (groin) is the only player that has been ruled out for the game after he underwent surgery for a sports hernia on Thursday.
Linebacker DeMarcus Ware (elbow) failed to practice for a third consecutive day because of a hyper-extended elbow and he enters the weekend listed as questionable. Ware is expected to play Sunday and wear a brace.
Wide receiver Dez Bryant (finger), cornerback Morris Claiborne (concussion), safety Charlie Peprah (foot) and guard Nate Livings (concussion) are also all questionable on the Friday injury report after all were limited in practice for a second straight day. Bryant told the media on Friday that he will play and that the swelling is down in his fractured left index finger. Bryant added that he is no longer concerned about how his finger will affect him catching passes in the game..
Running back DeMarco Murray (foot), guard Ryan Cook (knee), running back Felix Jones (knee), and tackle Tyron Smith (ankle) are all listed as probable. Murray was limited again on Friday while the other three players practiced fully.