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Both Cowboys’ lines will be thin again vs. Redskins

The Dallas Cowboys will be without defensive lineman David Irving and Taco Charlton again against the Washington Redskins on Thanksgiving.



Both Charlton (shoulder) and Irving (ankle) have dealt with injuries for several weeks. Irving hasn’t played since Oct. 21 and has only played in two games this season. Charlton last played Nov. 5 when he injured his shoulder.

Irving was known to be out but Charlton was listed as questionable on Wednesday.

Other Cowboys unavailable today are: offensive lineman Adam Redmond (concussion), tight end Geoff Swaim (wrist surgery), quarterback Mike White (coach decision), linebacker Sean Lee (hamstring) and receiver Tavon Austin (groin).

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