The Cowboys have three receivers on Friday's injury report, with starter Dez Bryant (hip) and third receiver Kevin Ogletree (hamstring) listed as questionable. Dwayne Harris (neck) was a full participant and is probable.
Bryant has not practiced all week, though he did participate in the walk-through portion of practice Friday.
"Dez is still recovering from the fall he took at the end of the Giant game," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said before Friday's practice. "He landed on his back or backside. He’s still kind of getting himself back from that. So we’ll see how he does today, and the same thing with Kevin. Kevin has a little hamstring that he’s dealing with. So neither of those guys have practiced the last couple of days, and we’ll just see how they do in the next 48 hours or so."
The Cowboys do have two receivers on their practice squad, Tim Benford and Danny Coale, who they could activate to the 53-player roster if Bryant and Ogletree can't go. But indications are that both Bryant and Ogletree are expected to play.
Linebacker Dan Connor (neck) was ruled out of Sunday's game, along with running back DeMarco Murray (foot), defensive lineman Sean Lissemore (ankle) and center Phil Costa (ankle).
Defensive end Jason Hatcher (shin) and running back Felix Jones (knee) are probable. Jones was limited in practice again Friday.
-- Charean WIlliams