Cowboys vs. Eagles injury report: Dallas defensive line getting thin

The Dallas Cowboys have to regroup and head up to Philadelphia to take on the Eagles on Sunday night after a poor performance in Week 9. If the Cowboys want to keep up any facade of being in playoff contention they have to win on the road against their NFC East rival. Injuries will play a big part of that.

We already know that the Cowboys will be without guard Connor Williams and linebacker Sean Lee. That was reported earlier in the day. They will join Tavon Austin and Joe Thomas as players that won’t be part of the festivities on Sunday night. The rest of the injury list looks like this:

Joining the four guys mentioned above as non-participants in today’s practice are Taco Charlton, David Irving, Geoff Swaim and Deonte Thompson. Randy Gregory was limited. That’s three rotation guys along the defensive line battling injuries. Charlton has a shoulder injury, Irving has the high-ankle sprain and Gregory is still trying to come back from a knee scope.

The Swaim injury hurt against the Titans as there were some terrible missed blocks from the tight end position that hurt the running game. He can’t get back fast enough.

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