Bryant (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Early-week reports tabbed Bryant as likely to return -- an expectation now supported by his participation in every practice throughout the week, albeit in a limited capacity each time. He did also log three consecutive limited practices back in Week 6, but with the benefit of extra recovery time coming out of a bye week, Bryant finally appears poised to play for the first time since suffering a tibial plateau fracture Sept. 25. Given how deceptive the Cowboys have been about injuries this season, Bryant's status will still be worth monitoring when inactives are released approximately 90 minutes before Sunday's 8:30 p.m. ET kickoff.
Claiborne (concussion) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, David Helman of DallasCowboys.com reports.
Claiborne is on pace to be ready for Sunday's game against the Eagles after spending his recent bye week recovering from a concussion. The Cowboys could be very thin at cornerback if Claiborne suffers any kind of setback, with Anthony Brown in line for additional reps in such a case.
Davis is out for Sunday's game against the Eagles due to a hamstring injury, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Davis' status for Sunday comes as no surprise after he sat out all of the team's practices this week. His absence will leave Dallas with little depth at defensive end behind starters Jack Crawford and Benson Mayowa.
Dunbar (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Coming out of a bye, Dunbar practiced in a limited capacity throughout the week, potentially setting him up to play for the first time since Week 4. He doesn't have much stand-alone value as a pass-catching back in a run-heavy offense, but his two-game absence did provide a small boost to Ezekiel Elliott, who drew four targets in both of those games. The rookie had either one or two targets in each of the four games Dunbar played.
Irving (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game against Philadelphia, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Irving was limited in practice all week but his injury isn't considered serious. If he's unable to play the Cowboys' will be left with little depth behind starting defensive ends Jack Crawford and Benson Mayowa.
Lawrence (back/shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Lawrence has had a rocky start to the season, missing the first four games due to suspension and now struggling through back and shoulder injuries. He was limited in practice this week and will likely see a role off the bench if he's able to play Sunday.
Romo (back) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Eagles, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Romo was listed as a non-participant Wednesday and Friday, sandwiched around a limited practice Thursday. As expected, he'll miss a seven straight game to start the season while Dak Prescott remains under center. It's quite possible Romo will be game-ready next week -- at which point the Cowboys will face a rather difficult decision.
Scandrick (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Scandrick has been dealing with his hamstring issue for a few weeks now, playing through it against the Packers two weeks ago before resting during Dallas' bye week. Despite being limited in practice all week it seems unlikely that he would sit out on Sunday.
Wilber (neck) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, David Helman of DallasCowboys.com reports.
Wilber suffered the neck injury during Week 5's tilt against the Bengals, and was therefore forced to sit out of the team's next game versus the Packers before entering the Cowboys' bye week. At this point he appears likely to play Sunday in a divisional matchup against the Eagles.
Witten (chest) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles despite practicing in full throughout the week, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
As explained in previous weeks, the Cowboys heavily use the 'questionable' tag -- often on players in no danger of missing a game. Witten falls in that category after logging full practices throughout the week, leaving little question he'll handle his usual every-down role. He may face added competition for targets with Dez Bryant (knee) expected to return.
Gregory (suspension) was suspended for an additional 10 games and won't be eligible to return until Monday, December 19.
Gregory is suspended for a grand total of 14 games due to multiple violations of the league's substance abuse policy. It comes as disappointing news for the Cowboys, as substance abuse issues have clouded Gregory's once promising NFL career. Once he is eligible to return, he could compete for a starting defensive end position with the likes of Jack Crawford.
Smith has begun running and doing linebacker drills, but the nerve in his knee has yet to regenerate, The Ft. Worth Star-Telegram reports.
The team still hasn't ruled Smith out for this season, but his ability to suit up in 2016 (or indeed, play in the NFL at all) will ultimately depend on whether or not the nerve re-fires following the gruesome knee injury that ended his career at Notre Dame. The second round pick is eligible to return to practice on Oct. 17 and the Cowboys would have until Nov. 28 to determine whether they want to add him to the 53-man roster or move him to injured reserve.
McClain (suspended) will be placed on the Cowboys' reserve/did not report list, ESPN.com reports.
McClain has already been suspended for the first 10 games of the upcoming season, but was still expected to report for training camp Wednesday. Since McClain, who skipped most of Dallas' offseason program, remains away from the team, his status appears increasingly shaky. Furthermore, after the Cowboys signed veteran Justin Durant recently, McClain's open roster spot could be filled by another linebacker, making McClain more expendable.
McFadden says he's ready to play after recovering from offseason elbow surgery, The Ft. Worth Star-Telegram reports. "Elbow is feeling great," McFadden said. "Just sitting back and waiting for my time to get back on the field. It's pretty much up to the coaches. I'm ready to go, so it's just based off their decision."
He's eligible to come off the NFI list this week, but with the Cowboys on bye in Week 7 they will be in no rush to try and find room for McFadden on the 53-man roster. Ezekiel Elliott's tremendous start means that the veteran would be a depth player at best anyway in Dallas, but with backfield injuries starting to pile up around the league McFadden's best chance to see significant action this season might have to come via a trade.
Coleman (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Packers, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Coleman missed the entire week of practice, essentially making this a foregone conclusion. His absence will likely leave more snaps and touches for Devonta Freeman, with Terron Ward and possibly Stevan Ridley providing depth. According to Ledbetter, head coach Dan Quinn said Ward -- who has been on the Atlanta practice squad for the past month -- will serve as Freeman's primary backup. Ridley may not be involved at all, as he just signed with the team Tuesday, leaving only five days to familiarize himself with the playbook. Meanwhile, Coleman's inability to practice isn't a good sign in regard to his availability for Week 9 in Denver.
Freeney recorded a sack and four tackles Sunday against the Broncos.
Even at 36-years-old, Freeney still has an amazing ability to get to the quarterback. The pass-rushing specialist has recorded a sack in each of his last three games, and fantasy owners in need of help in that category would be wise to take a look and consider adding him to their roster.