Cowboys vs. Ravens injury report: Anthony Spencer practices, but no punters do Thursday

Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Dallas has several players on its injury report, but perhaps of most concern, they don't have a healthy punter as they prepare for the Ravens this Sunday.

Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer (pectoral) was able to practice Thursday after missing Wednesday's session in preparation for the Cowboys' Week 6 game against Baltimore. His status for that game isn't known yet, but his ability to get through some of practice is a step up from not practicing at all.

Dallas is still yet to have a punter on its roster practice this week as both Brian Moorman (groin) and Chris Jones (knee) are both injured.

The Cowboys reportedly brought in former Steelers punter Daniel Sepulveda and former Eagles punter Chas Henry for tryouts Thursday, preparing for the possibility neither Moorman nor Jones can play Sunday.

Offensive linemen Ryan Cook (hamstring) and cornerback Morris Claiborne (illness) also missed practice.

The Cowboys listed linebacker Alex Albright (neck), wide receiver Austin Miles (hamstring), defensive end Kenyon Coleman (knee), center Phil Costa (back), safety Matt Johnson (hamstring), nose tackle Jay Ratliff (ankle) and defensive end Marcus Spears (knee) on their injury report, but all practiced Thursday.

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