Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin and running back
DeMarco Murray are both considered probable to play today against the
Cincinnati Bengals, while the team has ruled three players out, including
defensive lineman Jay Ratliff and defensive backs Charlie Peprah and Orlando
Scandrick, reports Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News.
Three Cowboys players have been ruled out for Sunday’s game
at the Begnals: nose tackle Jay Ratliff (strained groin), reserve safety
Charlie Peprah (sprained right foot) and nickel cornerback Orlando Scandrick
(broken left hand).
Murray missed practice Wednesday, but it was an effort by
the Cowboys to manage his foot injury. He was a limited participant in practice
for the remainder of the week. Austin (hip) fully participated in practice
throughout the week, as did running back Felix Jones (knee), who’s also
expected to play today.
Beyond Austin, Jones and Murray, defensive lineman Sean
Lissemore (ankle), linebacker Anthony Spencer (calf) and offensive linemen
Tyron Smith (ankle) and Ryan Cook (knee) are also listed as probable to play.
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