Dallas Cowboys Injury Report, Week 17: Tony Romo, DeMarcus Ware Both Limited In Thursday Practice

Both Tony Romo and DeMarcus Ware were limited in Thursday's practice but both are still hopeful to play in the Cowboys' do or die match up with the New York Giants in Week 17. Romo hurt his hand when he banged it on a helmet in the first quarter of the Dallas' loss to the Philadelphia Eagles last week.

Running back Felix Jones was also limited in Thursday's practice with a hamstring injury. Nose tackle Jay Ratliff returned to practice on Thursday after sitting out Wednesday's session with a rib injury.

Here is a look a the full injury report for the Dallas Cowboys from Thursday, December 29:

Did Not Participate
Sean Lee (wrist/illness)
Danny McCray (ankle)

Limited Participation
Josh Brent (knee)
Andre Holmes (hamstring)
Mike Jenkins (shoulder)
Felix Jones (hamstring)
Kevin Ogletree (knee)
Jay Ratliff (ribs)
Tony Romo (hand)
DeMarcus Ware (neck)

Fully Participated
Mat McBriar (foot)
Laurent Robinson (shoulder)

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