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NFL Injury Report:
The Dallas Cowboys continue to be an injured unit as they
are not expected to have running back DeMarco Murray or wide receiver Kevin
Ogletree for today’s game against the Washington Redskins, and could also be without
backup running back Felix Jones.
Murray has been able to partake in practices on a limited basis
as he attempts to recover from a foot injury. However, he’s considered doubtful
to return this short week and the team is expected to give him the extended
period to rest in hopes he can return Week 13.
Jones had been backing Murray up since he’s been hampered by
the foot injury, and he’s done a nice job in the starter’s absence. However, he
is questionable to play today due to a knee injury.
Ogletree has been ruled out due to a concussion, while
center Phil Costa (ankle) and defensive end Sean Lissemore (ankle) will also
not play against the Redskins.
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