The Dallas Cowboys faced a New Orleans Saints team that blew them out in 2013 and found a way to avenge that loss with an almost perfect game.
The Dallas Cowboys finally received some positive news this week, with Anthony Spencer and Justin Durant both returning for the defense.
The Cowboys will be without their top two tacklers. Middle linebacker Rolando McClain (groin) had been questionable and linebacker Justin Durant (groin) is out for the second straight week.
The Dallas Cowboys lost one defensive player to injury but gained another back. Here is a look at the injury report for the Dallas Cowboys vs. Tennessee Titans week two game.
Cowboys linebacker Justin Durant left Sunday’s game with a groin injury and will reportedly miss the next three to four games.
Skipping workouts with leg cramps has raised more questions about his desire, but the Cowboys aren’t in a rush to judge McClain heading into a preseason game Saturday night at Miami.
Linebacker Justin Durant is most likely to start in Lee’s place a year after the Cowboys signed him more for depth at linebacker than anything else.
Sean Lee’s knee injury in the first Cowboys offseason practice gives Justin Durant a chance to be the starting middle linebacker. But that idea turns the veteran’s stomach.
Sean Lee is probably out Sunday against Washington with a neck sprain. Justin Durant’s season is over because of a hamstring injury.
The Dallas Cowboys made several roster moves Tuesday starting with moving Justin Durant to injured reserve due to a continuing hamstring problem.
Lee and Durant were ruled out of Thursday’s game against Oakland, along with cornerback Morris Claiborne and receiver/kick returner Dwayne Harris.
KT heads out to Valley Ranch and tries to lighten the mood by telling some puns to Jason Hatcher and Justin Durant.