Frazier (knee) is questionable to play Sunday against the Rams.
It appears Frazier injured his knee during Thursday's practice. However, the fact he was able to participate in any capacity Friday certainly bodes well for his chances of playing Sunday.
Frazier (foot) is nearing 100 percent health, Kevin Casas of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. "My foot is 100 percent, but I'm not working in the team drills yet, just a lot of individual stuff as a precaution," Frazier said during June's minicamp.
Frazier, who underwent foot surgery in March to prevent a stress fracture in his fifth metatarsal from becoming something more serious expects to be ready to go for training camp. After playing in nine regular-season games as a sixth-round rookie in 2016, the Central Michigan product is expected to compete for a starting safety role in the wake of Dallas' decision to part ways with veterans J.J. Wilcox and Barry Church this offseason.
Frazier underwent surgery on his foot but should be ready for team workouts later in the offseason, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Frazier had a stress reaction on his foot throughout the season but underwent surgery before the injury developed into a fracture. The second-year safety only played in nine games last season, mostly on special teams, but will look to take on a larger role in the coming year.
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