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Trying To Set The Record Straight On The Cowboys

I had the opportunity to visit with ESPN Radio-Fayetteville's The Red Zone with JB earlier this week to talk a little professional pigskin. We covered a couple topics, notably the Cowboys reliance on an unpredictable Tony Romo due to a still-gelling running game. We also covered the bonus that the Cowboys will receive from being as healthy as they've been over the last couple seasons. We also discussed a few of the other games on this Sunday's NFL slate, including my dismissing Mark Sanchez and the Jets, who happen to be Josh's team.

If you can spare 15 minutes out your life, take a listen.

This was recorded on Wednesday, so we do have a little more information on the injury front.

Miles Austin, Dez Bryant and Orlando Scandrick have all participated fully in practice this week and appear to have no limitations heading into Sunday. This is the first time the team has been completely healthy outside the hashmarks this season. Up the middle, RB Felix Jones (shoulder) S Danny McCray and S Barry Church also suited up and went full speed.

On the list of lingering injury concerns, LG Derrick Dockery (knee) FB Tony Fiammetta (hamstring) and DE Jason Hatcher (calf) did not participate in practice this week. RG Kyle Kosier (foot) and K David Buehler (groin) were limited participants but are expected to be available.

For more on the Cowboys and Patriots Sunday matchup, make sure you check us out at Blogging The Boys.

Photographs by jamesbrandon, jdtornow, phlezk, flygraphix, mcdlttx, tomasland, and literalbarrage used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.