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Cowboys vs. Redskins injury report: Felix Jones, Tyron Smith questionable

The Dallas Cowboys have a number of key players on the injury report heading into Thursday's crucial game against the Washington Redskins.

Tim Heitman-US PRESSWIRE

The Dallas Cowboys injury situation heading into Thursday's game against the Washington Redskins remains a major concern, as four starters are listed as questionable or doubtful after practice on Wednesday.

Felix Jones, who suffered a slight knee injury in Sunday's overtime win against the Cleveland Browns, is questionable for Thursday along with left tackle Tyron Smith. The second-year player was diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain on Sunday, although he was listed as having limited participation on Wednesday. It's expected that should Smith be able to play, Jeremy Parnell will start at left tackle with Smith providing emergency backup services.

The Cowboys will also have to get creative at wide receiver, as Kevin Ogletree has been ruled out after suffering a concussion against the Browns. The Cowboys are likely to have Cole Beasely and Dwayne Harris step in as the No. 3 receiver in his stead.

The full injury report:

Probable:

CB Mike Jenkins (back), TE John Phillips (ankle), FB Lawrence Vickers (knee)

Questionable:

RB Felix Jones (knee), S Danny McCray (hip), S Charlie Peprah (concussion), NT Jay Ratfliff (groin), T Tyron Smith (ankle).

Doubtful:

C/G Ryan Cook (knee), RB DeMarco Murray (foot)

Out:

C Phil Costa (ankle), DE Sean Lissemore (ankle), WR Kevin Ogletree (concussion)

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