Cowboys vs. Steelers injury report: Dez Bryant, DeMarcus Ware questionable

Greg Bartram-USA TODAY Sports

The Cowboys could potentially be without several key players on Sunday against the Steelers, as Dez Bryant, Morris Claiborne, and DeMarcus Ware are all listed as questionable.

The Dallas Cowboys released their final injury report of the week on Friday afternoon, and several key contributors are listed as questionable for their game on Sunday against the Steelers. Wide receiver Dez Bryant, cornerback Morris Claiborne, and linebacker DeMarcus Ware are all listed as questionable. Bryant and Claiborne were limited participants at Friday's practice, but Ware did not participate at all.

Running backs DeMarco Murray and Felix Jones are both probable with leg injuries.

The only player that has already been ruled out for Sunday is nose tackle Jay Ratliff, who is dealing with a groin injury.

Here is the full injury report for the Cowboys:

WR Dez Bryant (finger) - Questionable
CB Morris Claiborne (concussion) - Questionable
OL Ryan Cook (knee) - Probable
RB Felix Jones (knee) - Probable
OL Nate Livings (concussion) - Questionable
RB DeMarco Murray (foot) - Probable
S Charlie Peprah (foot) - Questionable
DL Jay Ratliff (groin) - Out
OL Tyron Smith (ankle) - Probable
LB DeMarcus Ware (elbow) - Questionable

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