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NFL Injury Report:
The Dallas Cowboys have announced that injuries quarterback
Tony Romo and defensive lineman Jay Ratliff sustained against the Atlanta
Falcons are minor, reports Nick Eatman of CBSSports.com. While they are each
expected to play Sunday, the status running back DeMarco Murray remains in
question as he continues to rehab his sprained foot.
Ratliff was diagnosed with a low-ankle injury after undergoing
an MRI. He is expected to play Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles, as is
Romo who suffered a minor back injury late in the Falcons’ game.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett told reporters earlier this week
that Murray still has several “tests” he needs to complete in order to show he’s
healthy enough to play this weekend. While Murray has been able to pass some of
these tests, others remain and he will continue attempting them throughout the
week. If Murray is unable to go he would once again be replaced by Felix Jones.
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