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Dallas Cowboys Final Injury Report Minnesota Vikings Week 11

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Once again, Ezekiel Elliott was limited all week for the Dallas Cowboys. However, while he was listed as doubtful last week, he is questionable on the Cowboys’ final injury report this week. Elliott continues to progress towards playing, with his status seeing an upgrade each week.

Before practice, Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy told reporters, “I anticipate him going,” when asked about Elliott’s status for Sunday.

Cowboys Injury Report:

Dallas listed the following six players as questionable: punter Bryan Anger (illness), linebacker Anthony Barr (hamstring), defensive tackle Quinton Bohanna (illness), cornerback Anthony Brown (concussion), running back Ezekiel Elliott (knee) and defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence (foot) as questionable.

Anger was added to the report Friday.

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Receiver Michael Gallup (knee) and tackle Tyler Smith (knee) did not receive designations after fully practicing all week.

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Vikings Injury Report:

The Vikings ruled out defensive lineman Dalvin Tomlinson for a third consecutive week because of a calf injury he suffered against Arizona in Week 8.

Minnesota also ruled out Akayleb Evans (concussion). Head Coach Kevin O’Connell said Evans continues to make progress, and the team is hopeful of having him back next week for its Thanksgiving game against New England.

Outside linebacker Za’Darius Smith (knee) is listed as questionable.

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Left tackle Christian Darrisaw and receiver Justin Jefferson (toe) did not receive designations for the game and are expected to be available. Darrisaw was able to return to practice Thursday on a limited basis after leaving last Sunday’s game in the concussion protocol.

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