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Eagles vs. Cowboys Injury Report: Philadelphia is healthy, Dallas is not

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A final update on the Eagles' Week 2 injury situation.

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The Philadelphia Eagles released their final official injury report in preparation of their Week 2 game against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday afternoon.

After being a full participant in practice all week, second-year outside linebacker is ruled probable to play. Smith is finally fully recovered from a hamstring injury suffered in mid-August. It remains to be seen how many snaps the Eagles will give him on game day, if at all.

The only Eagles player ruled out is special teams ace Seyi Ajirotutu, who still hasn't passed through the NFL's mandatory concussion protocol. The veteran wide receiver suffered his injury during the Eagles' Week 1 game against the Atlanta Falcons.

While the Eagles are mostly healthy heading into this must-win game, the Dallas Cowboys are not. Star wide receiver Dez Bryant is out for several weeks. Rookie pass rusher Randy Gregory won't play. Starting left guard Ronald Leary has been ruled doubtful to play after missing practice all week. Defensive players Greg Hardy and Rolando McClain are still serving out four-game suspensions. The Eagles will be looking to take advantage of this short-handed Cowboys team.

Philadelphia Eagles Injury Report (Friday)

OUT

WR Seyi Ajirotutu (concussion, elbow)

Probable

OLB Marcus Smith (hamstring)

Dallas Cowboys Injury Report (Friday)

OUT

WR Dez Bryant (foot)
DE Randy Gregory (ankle)

Doubtful

OG Ronald Leary (groin)

Questionable

TE James Hanna (knee)

Probable

QB Tony Romo (back)