Cowboys should be completely healthy
October, 4, 2010
By Tim MacMahon | ESPNDallas.com
The Cowboys don’t have any significant health concerns coming off the bye week.
Tight ends Jason Witten (knee) and Martellus Bennett (ankle) were limited during Monday’s practice, but coach Wade Phillips said he expects every play to fully participate when the Cowboys return to work Wednesday.
Left guard Kyle Kosier, who re-injured the MCL in his right knee during the win over the Texans, returned to practice Monday. He said he went through everything, felt good afterward and expects to play Sunday against the Titans.
Witten also expects to play Sunday. He described his injury as “a slight MCL sprain but nothing big.”
Dez Bryant practiced today, but he still has some soreness in his tailbone from crashing into a cameraman in Houston.
Kosier and Witten wouldn't have been close to 100 percent -- and might not have played -- a week after the win in Houston. The Cowboys benefitted from having an early bye.
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