Defensive end DeMarcus Ware's streak of 134 consecutive games played is in jeopardy as he was declared doubtful for Sunday's game against the Eagles with a thigh injury. Ware suffered the injury in last week's win over Washington and did not participate in practice this week.
Team owner Jerry Jones told KRLD-FM said that the Cowboys will be "conservative" with Ware. If it was the Super Bowl, Ware would play, Jones explained. Ware will travel with the team to Philadelphia and be a game-time decision.
Kyle Wilber and Jairus Wynn are expected to rotate at Ware's right defensive end spot.
Running back DeMarco Murray is also doubtful for the game with a knee injury. He, too, was injured in the Redskins win and also did not participate in practice all week. ESPN Dallas reported that Murray did on-field rehab on Friday.
Rookie Joseph Randle is on track to start if Murray can't play.
Three players have already been ruled out for the Cowboys: running back Lance Dunbar, linebacker DeVonte Holloman and defensive end Edgar Jones.
Wide receiver Miles Austin is probable with a hamstring injury despite not practicing Thursday or Friday.
Return specialist Dwayne Harris is probable with a hip injury. The same designation goes for defensive tackle Jason Hatcher with a neck injury. Defensive end George Selvie is also probable with a shoulder injury.
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