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September 19, 2012 @ 3:36 pm
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Several Cowboys On Initial Tampa Bay-Dallas Injury Report

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Reynolds
Scott Reynolds

Scott
Reynolds

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Fifteen Cowboys were listed on Wednesday's injury report. The Buccaneers had eight players listed. Find out which starters did not practice in advance of Sunday's game in Dallas in this injury report.
The Buccaneers and Cowboys released their first injury report of the week on Wednesday. While both teams had at least eight players on the injury report, Dallas had far more players missing practice on Wednesday. Sunday's game is in Dallas and is a 1:00 p.m. kickoff on Fox.

Both team are 1-1 and are coming off losses. Tampa Bay lost at New York, 41-34, on Sunday, and Dallas lost at Seattle, 27-7. Dallas has beaten Tampa Bay the last four meetings, including a 31-15 victory at Raymond James Stadium last year.

TAMPA BAY INJURY REPORT 9-19
CB E.J. Biggers - foot - full participation
LB Quincy Black - back - did not participate
DE Adrian Clayborn - non-injury related - did not participate
CB Anthony Gaitor - hamstring - full participation
WR Preston Parker - foot - full participation
WR Sammie Stroughter - foot - did not participate
OT Jeremy Trueblood - ankle - full participation
CB Eric Wright - back - full participation

DALLAS INJURY REPORT 9-19
LB Alex Albright - neck - did not participate
WR Miles Austin - hamstring - full participation
S Barry Church - quadriceps - full participation
DT Kenyon Coleman - knee - did not participate
C Phil Costa - back - did not participate
WR Andre Holmes - knee - full participation
CB Mike Jenkins - shoulder - full participation
S Matt Johnson - hamstring - did not participate
LB Sean Lee - hip - limited participation
NT Jay Ratliff - ankle - did not participate
S Gerald Sensabaugh - calf - did not participate
DT Marcus Spears - knee - did not participate
DE DeMarcus Ware - hamstring - full participation
LB Kyle Wilber - thumb - full participation
TE Jason Witten - abdomen - full participation

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    Man I was missing Biggers and Gaither. Now McDonald and can ride pine and they can CUT Myron Lewis.
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    I never thought I'd say this after last season's debacle, but I sure am glad Biggers is back........Gaitor too, he's a tough little guy. The way the secondary is giving up chunks of yardage perhaps we should give up the nickle and dime package because only the opponent is "cashing in". Let's rush three to flail their arms around make the QB laugh at their antics and drop eight DB's into coverage. We can call it the "38 Special". Maybe not, Talib might be confused and call his pistol totting moma again.
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    Is Myron Lewis that awful that no matter how healthy he is, and the lack of healthy CBs he still doesn't get an ounce of PT?!!
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    My only comment comes from years of seeing these Injury Reports. The only one that matters at all is on game day. I just don't think they are reliable from team to team. Now if Romo gets hurt in practice and is out for the game? THAT matters.
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