Dallas Cowboys Injury Report: The Cowboys are hamstrung again
By Matthew Postins
Linebacker Sean Lee will not play this Sunday for the Dallas Cowboys when they face the Washington Redskins.
Lee was ruled out again on Friday when the Cowboys released their final injury report this week. Lee did not work out all week thanks to a neck injury.
Also out this week will be wide receiver and kick returner Dwayne Harris, who did not practice this week due to his hamstring injury. That increases the chance we’ll see Micheal Spurlock on kickoff returns for the Cowboys. Spurlock, who played under special teams coach Richard Bisaccia in Tampa Bay, is known in South Florida as the first player in Bucs history to return a kickoff for a touchdown, which occurred in 2007 and ended a 30-year drought.
Linebacker Ernie Sims is doubtful after not working out at all this week due to a groin injury. If he is unable to play it’s unclear who will start in his place, as Sims moved into the starting lineup after the injury to Lee. Also doubtful is cornerback Morris Claiborne, who is still trying to recover from a hamstring injury.
Cowboys listed as questionable are wide receiver Terrance Williams (hamstring) and defensive end Jarius Wynn (chest). Cowboys listed as probable include cornerback Brandon Carr (illness), linebacker Bruce Carter (hamstring), defensive tackle Jason Hatcher (neck), defensive end George Selvie (back), and defensive end DeMarcus Ware (probable).
The Redskins had just four players on their injury report. Tight end Jordan Reed (concussion) is out. Fullback Darrel Young (hamstring) is questionable. Cornerback E.J. Biggers (knee) and tackle Trent Williams (knee) are probable.