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Knee Scope For Gregory; More Injury Updates


FRISCO, Texas – Defensive end Randy Gregory had a minor knee scope Tuesday, but the Cowboys are hopeful he'll be ready to play Nov. 5 against Tennessee after having this week's bye to recover.

Gregory has been on the injury report with knee soreness in recent weeks but hasn't missed any game action due to the issue.

Head coach Jason Garrett said starting tight end Geoff Swaim sprained his MCL against Washington last Sunday and will get an MRI, but Garrett sounded hopeful the injury won't sideline Swaim for an extended period of time.

"Hopefully it's not too long," Garrett said.

The Cowboys have two practices scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday this week. Swaim isn't expected to participate. Neither is starting right guard Zack Martin, who also sprained his knee against Washington but was able to play through it in the second half.

Cornerback C.J. Goodwin is expected to have surgery for an arm fracture he suffered in the game.