Cowboys Injury Report, Week 14: DeMarcus Ware, Laurent Robinson Both Questionable

The Dallas Cowboys face a major NFC East test against the New York Giants in Week 14, and they may be facing that test without one of the their best defensive players and one of Tony Romo's more reliable receivers.

DeMarcus Ware and Laurent Robinson were limited in practice on Friday with injuries, and the Cowboys could be without both players against New York, as they are listed as questionable on the Cowboys' injury report.

On the bright side for the Cowboys, Miles Austin may be healthy enough to make it back into the lineup since sustaining a hamstring injury in Week 9 against Seattle. If Austin and Robinson can't go, Dallas' wide receiving corps may be very thin behind Dez Bryant.

Here's the rest of the Cowboys injury report for Week 14:

OUT: DT Josh Brent (knee), QB Jon Kitna (back).

DOUBTFUL: TE Martellus Bennett (ribs), S Danny McCray (ankle).

QUESTIONABLE: WR Miles Austin (hamstring), FB Tony Fiammetta (illness), G Kyle Kosier (foot), WR Laurent Robinson (shoulder), LB DeMarcus Ware (neck).

PROBABLE: LB Sean Lee (wrist), P Mat McBriar (left foot).

For more on the Cowboys, head to Blogging the Boys; for more on the Giants, visit Big Blue View.

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