FRISCO – Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant landed on the injury report Friday, being limited with a back injury and is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against Baltimore.
But Bryant was active and moving around fine in the locker room after practice, and is expected to play. Bryant missed three games earlier this season recovering from a hairline fracture in his right knee.
Bryant had his most productive game of the season last week at Pittsburgh, catching six passes for 116 yards, including a 50-yard TD pass.
Joining Bryant as questionable for Sunday’s game include backup quarterback Tony Romo (back), defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence (back), left tackle Tyron Smith (back/ hip) and swing tackle Chaz Green (foot/ back).
All are expected to be active, though.
Green has not played since Week 4 at San Francisco after sustaining a foot injury, but practiced every day this week on a limited basis. He declared himself ready to go Friday, but knows it will ultimately be decided by the coaching and medical staff.
“In my eyes, I feel like I’m ready to go,” Green said. “It’s been tough ‘cause you know I want to be out there. I’ve been getting practice in, but haven’t shown them enough to get them comfortable with me playing in a game.
“But I feel like I’m ready to go now.”