Collins is dealing with a calf contusion, Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Collins exited Thursday's practice with a noticeable limp to his left leg. However, it looks like the offensive lineman avoided a serious injury and it would be a surprise if he needed to miss extended practice time.
Collins was sported a noticeable limp and was later seen with his left ankle taped during Thursday's practice, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
The Cowboys haven't specifically addressed any injuries pertaining to Collins, so Thursday's report is all we have to build from. It's uncertain whether Collins will play in the Cowboys' upcoming third preseason game Sunday. Barring an unfortunate development, Collins is still expected to be ready for the season opener.
Collins missed practice on Wednesday but was able to return in limited fashion on Thursday and Friday. He played through his back injury to see his typical role along the starting offensive line last week and appears set to do so once again.
Collins started the week not practicing but was a limited participant Thursday and Friday to earn the questionable tag. The Cowboys would be forced to do some shuffling on the offensive line if Collins is ultimately unable to play, since left tackle Tyron Smith (knee) was placed on injured reserve.
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