Injury report: Three starters to return for Cowboys

October, 12, 2012
10/12/12
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IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys will welcome three starters back to the lineup Sunday at Baltimore.

Nose tackle Jay Ratliff, defensive end Kenyon Coleman and center Phil Costa all are set to return.

The Cowboys will have to wait to see if outside linebacker Anthony Spencer will play.

Ratliff (ankle), Coleman (knee) and Costa (back) are listed as probable for the Ravens game, while Spencer (pectoral) is questionable. Spencer was questionable leading up to the Chicago game and did not play.

Rookie cornerback Morris Claiborne returned to practice Friday after missing the previous day with a migraine. He is probable. Linebacker Alex Albright, wide receiver Miles Austin, safety Matt Johnson and defensive end Marcus Spears are also listed as probable.

Center Ryan Cook (hamstring) is questionable, as is punter Chris Jones (knee). Jones handle some punting Friday, but the team also worked out three punters in case he had a setback and could not play Sunday. Brian Moorman has been ruled out with a groin strain.

Todd Archer

ESPN Dallas Cowboys reporter

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