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  • Dallas Injuries
    DatePosPlayerInjuryNFL StatusFantasy News
    10/11/15WRDez BryantFOOTOUTCowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant received a PRP injection Friday to help speed up the healing process following foot surgery, USA Today reports.

    "There is not a concern about his progress," Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said. "The fact that he can do that (injection therapy) is a positive. This was not something to address something that was a surprise or anything. It was something to get him some additional strength."

    The platelet-rich plasma injection is intended to boost healing in an area that doesn't get a lot of blood flow. The Cowboys will be on bye following Sunday's game against the Patriots, and the team should have a better idea of Bryant's progress and possible timetable for a return during that week.

    (Updated 10/11/2015)
    10/11/15WRBrice ButlerHAMSTRINGOUTCowboys wide receiver Brice Butler (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Patriots.

    Butler served as the No. 4 wide receiver in a Week 4 loss to the Saints, catching one pass for 67 yards on his first target of the season. He had a chance to make it a touchdown, but he pulled up lame with the injury and was unable to reach the end zone. In Butler's absence, Rodney Whitehead will provide depth behind Terrance Williams, Devin Street and Cole Beasley.

    (Updated 10/09/2015)
    10/11/15LBAndrew GachkarFOOTPROBABLE
    10/11/15DERandy GregoryANKLEOUTAn MRI confirmed Cowboys rookie defensive end Randy Gregory sustained a high ankle sprain Week 1 against the Giants, per NFL Network. 
    10/11/15TEJames HannaANKLEQUESTIONABLECowboys tight end James Hanna had a scope performed on his knee Saturday, DallasCowboys.com reports. 
    10/11/15DERyan RussellGROINPROBABLE
    10/11/15CBC.J. WilsonCALFPROBABLE
    09/01/15LBMark NzeochaKneeNFIThe Cowboys pared down their roster to 75 players on Tuesday by releasing four and giving injury designations to six, according to the team's official website.
    Arizona Injuries
    DatePosPlayerInjuryNFL StatusFantasy News
    10/13/15SChris ClemonsHAMSTRING 
    10/12/15LBAlex OkaforCalfOUTCardinals linebacker Alex Okafar emerged from Sunday's win with a calf strain, which will keep him out for a month, Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic reports.

    The recovery timetable signifies the Cardinals' hope, but they will exercise caution with one of the primary pass rushers. With a number of injuries befalling the linebacker ranks in Arizona -- reserve Kenny Demens suffered a torn ACL on Sunday -- the team inked Dwight Freeney to a veteran minimum deal, though LaMarr Woodley and Markus Golden could be the immediate beneficiaries of available snaps.

    (Updated 10/12/2015)
    10/11/15CBJustin BethelFOOTQUESTIONABLE
    10/11/15RBAndre EllingtonKNEEPROBABLE
    10/11/15TEDarren FellsHIPQUESTIONABLE
    10/11/15SRashad JohnsonHIPPROBABLE
    10/11/15WRJ.J. NelsonSHOULDERQUESTIONABLECardinals wideout J.J. Nelson (shoulder) is out Sunday at Detroit.

    Despite fitting in his first two practices since Week 2, Nelson will continue to tend to his shoulder injury.

    (Updated 10/11/2015)
    10/11/15DTFrostee RuckerTHIGHPROBABLE
    10/11/15LBLaMarr WoodleyTHIGHPROBABLE
    08/14/15WRDamond PowellFaceNFIThe Cardinals have placed wide receiver Damond Powell on the waivers/Non-Football Injury (NFI) list, according to Fox Sports 910.
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