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NFL Injury Report:
The Dallas Cowboys will have three starters back for their
weekend matchup against the Baltimore Ravens, defensive tackle Jay Ratliff,
defensive end Kenyon Coleman and center Phil Costa, according to Todd Archer of
ESPNDallas.com. Dallas is still waiting to determine whether or not linebacker
Anthony Spencer will be able to suit up against the Ravens.
Ratliff (ankle), Coleman
(knee) and Costa (back) are listed as probable for the Ravens game, while
Spencer (pectoral) is questionable.
Spencer was also listed as questionable last week, but he
was ultimately not able to play against the Chicago Bears.
Others that are listed as probable on the Cowboys injury
report are cornerback Morris Claiborne, linebacker Alex Albright, wide receiver
Miles Austin, safety Matt Johnson and defensive end Marcus Spears.
Center Ryan Cook and punter Chris Jones are both listed as
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