Cowboys safety J.J. Wilcox injured his shoulder during a goal-line play last Sunday’s game in London, but he says it’s nothing major that will keep him out.
Wilcox returned to practice on Wednesday, a good sign that he should be more than ready to go considering the Cowboys are on a bye and don’t play again until Nov. 23 against the Giants.
“Nothing major,” Wilcox said. “I’ll be back. I’m good.”
The second-year safety has 40 tackles this year, along with a forced fumble, interception and three passes defended.
Linebacker Rolando McClain and quarterback Tony Romo were also dressed out for practice Wednesday, although Romo did not throw the ball in the 30 minutes that were open to the media.
The only players who weren’t suited up were defensive tackle Tyrone Crawford and cornerback Tyler Patmon.