IRVING -- The Dallas Cowboys could be without a second major offensive weapon for Sunday's game against Carolina.
The team listed leading receiver Dez Bryant as questionable on Friday's injury report because of a groin injury, making him a 50-50 proposition to play Sunday.
Bryant leads the team in receptions (34) and receiving yards (364). Bryant did not participate in Friday's practice and was not listed on any previous injury report distributed earlier this week.
Bryant had a career-high 13 catches for 95 yards and two TDs against Baltimore last week.
The Cowboys knew they would be without leading rusher DeMarco Murray (330 yards, 4.4 per carry), who is sidelined by a sprained foot. Others ruled out for Sunday's game include safety Matt Johnson, who sustained a hamstring injury in Friday's practice, and defensive end Sean Lissemore (ankle).