McClain (concussion) is active Sunday against the Bills. McClain had collected double-digit tackle totals in three straight games prior to missing Week 15's contest due to a concussion. He was a full participant in practice all week, however, so look for the veteran to resume a regular role Sunday, with plenty of opportunities to rack up tackles.
McClain (concussion) has been ruled out of Saturday's game against the Jets, Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News reports. McClain did not participate in practice all week so the decision to hold him out on Sunday shouldn't come as a huge surprise. He will leave a sizable hole in the Dallas defense as he has had double-digit tackle performances each of the past three weeks. Look for Anthony Hitchens and Andrew Gachkar to see an increased role with McClain on the sidelines.
McClain (concussion) was a non-participant in Thursday's practice, the Cowboys' official site reports. McClain has been a tackling machine the last three games, notching double-digits on each occasion en route to 33 tackles (17 solo) during that stretch. In the last outing Sunday at Green Bay, he was accidentally kicked in the helmet, forcing his placement in the concussion protocol. It's evident that he remains there with back-to-back no-shows at practice, though he could stem the tide with a showing in some fashion Friday.
McClain is undergoing the concussion protocol, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Clarence Hill reports. McClain was accidentally kicked in the head by a teammate during Sunday's loss to the Packers. He still finished with double-digit tackles for a third straight week, taking advantage of his every-down role. If McClain isn't ready for Week 15, Anthony Hitchens and Andrew Gachkar will be the leading candidates to join the starting lineup.
McClain recorded 10 tackles in Monday's win over Washington. After a disappointing start to his season after serving a four-game suspension, McClain has found his IDP groove, racking up 33 tackles over the last four games along with a pick-six. If the Cowboys are going to make any kind of miraculous push for the NFC east crown, McClain will need to continue that kind of pace over the final four games, starting next week in Green Bay.