The Dallas Cowboys could see the return of two key offensive players on Sunday night, as running back DeMarco Murray and left tackle Tyron Smith are listed as questionable for the game against the Eagles.
Murray and Smith were both listed as having limited participation in practices this week. Murray has missed six games with an injured foot as the Cowboys running game has quickly become one of the more stagnant in the NFL over the course of the season. In five games, Murray has 330 yards rushing on 75 carries.
The second-year running back did not experience any setbacks in practice this week and is expected to be a game-time decision on Sunday.
Smith missed the loss to the Washington Redskins, which forced the Cowboys to shuffle the offensive line with both centers out as well. Ryan Cook, bothered by a knee injury, has been listed as questionable after missing the past two games.
The Cowboys face the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football on NBC at 7:20 p.m. CT.
The full injury report:
DL Jason Hatcher (concussion), DE Sean Lissemore (ankle), S Danny McCray (hip), WR Kevin Ogletree (concussion), FB Lawrence Vickers (knee).
WR Miles Austin (hip), C/G Ryan Cook (knee), RB Felix Jones (knee), RB DeMarco Murray (foot), T Tyron Smith (ankle).
S Charlie Prepah (foot), NT Jay Ratliff (groin).
DE Benn Bass (ankle), C Phil Costa (ankle), CB Orlando Scandrick (hand).