Coach Jason Garrett expects Gregory to be available for Sunday's game at Indianapolis, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Gregory is missing his second straight day of practice Friday as he tends to a family issue but the team doesn't appear concerned about his status. The 26-year-old should be expected to take up his usual starting role at defensive end untilthe team indicates otherwise.
Gregory posted one solo tackle and one sack during Sunday's 22-19 win over the Falcons.
Gregory has now recorded a sack in two consecutive games. The rotational pass rusher appears to have found his groove in Dallas' defensive scheme, having recorded three sacks his last four games. Gregory will look to continue his streak during Thursday's game against the Redskins.
Gregory had his second sack of the season in Sunday's 27-20 win at Philadelphia.
Gregory has been dealing with a knee issue since mid-October but was able to match his highest snap total (40) of the season against the Eagles. Taco Charlton (shoulder) was inactive Sunday and Gregory should continue to see an increased role if Charlton remains sidelined any further.
Gregory sat out Week 9's loss to the Titans and was limited in practice all week due to a lingering knee injury, but appears to have recovered in time to suit up for Sunday's divisional matchup against the Eagles. With Taco Charlton (shoulder) inactive, Gregory is expected to draw the start Week 10.
Gregory (knee) carries the questionable tag for Sunday's matchup with the Eagles, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Gregory logged limited practices each day this week after missing Week 9's tilt with the Titans. The Nebraska product hasn't played since undergoing a scope on his knee in mid-October. If Gregory misses time Sunday, Dorance Armstrong could see more work.
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