Eagles-Cowboys Injury Report

Marcus Smith seems healthy enough to play.

Photo By Jeff Fusco

Photo By Jeff Fusco

Here’s the injury report for Sunday’s Eagles-Cowboys game at the Linc:


WR Seyi Ajirotutu (concussion, elbow)


LB Marcus Smith (hamstring)

Smith was listed as a full participant all week and appears healthy enough to go if the coaches choose to activate him.

Cody Parkey was not listed on the report. He missed some time this preseason with a groin injury but both the kicker and head coach maintain the he is fine. Parkey misfired on a key 44-yard attempt against Atlanta on Monday.

Zach Ertz, meanwhile, continues to work his way back from groin surgery.

“I’m not 100 percent,” he said. “But I’m going to be gaining on that number each and every week.”

The tight end was originally told that it would be a five-to-six week recovery time but came back in four.

“I’m going to get better every day, that’s the big thing is that I haven’t had a setback yet and I’m doing everything I can to not have a setback. I’m really attacking this rehab just like I attack everything else. I’m giving it everything I have and I think that’s what helped me to return.”

As for the Cowboys:


WR Dez Bryant (foot), DE Randy Gregory (ankle)


G Ronald Leary (groin)


TE James Hanna (knee)


QB Tony Romo (back)

Gregory suffered a sprained ankle late in the game against the Giants last Sunday and is expected to be out 4-to-6 weeks. With Greg Hardy suspended, the Cowboys are down a pair of pass-rushers.

Romo is sitting out Wednesday practices this season for maintenance. He’s expected to play.