The Dallas Cowboys offensive line has struggled largely due to the absence of Tyron Smith in the past two weeks. Smith, who hasn’t practiced since Week one, was expected to practice with the team yesterday. He ended up doing individual drills, per Jon Machota. He may participate in team drills today.
Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence did not practice in any capacity yesterday. Lawrence is dealing with a knee injury, per Machota. There is a chance he will play, and it seems a favorable matchup against the Browns.
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- Dan Quinn and the 0-3 Atlanta Falcons look to right the ship this week against the Green Bay Packers. Kicker Younghoe Koo is down with a groin injury and the team has brought in others for a workout, per William McFadden.
- Julio Jones, inactive against the Bears last week with a strained hamstring, will have a little extra time to get right. Coach Dan Quinn is planning to increase Jones’s workload this week, per McFadden. The Falcons need all the help they can get against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers on Monday night.
- The Minnesota Vikings shut down all facilities this past week due to concerns surrounding COVID-19. These concerns came after the Titans, who the Vikings played in Week 3, had 11 positive tests. They have reopened these facilities as of today and there is no expectation of any delays moving forward, per Tom Pelissero.