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No Matter What Cowboys Must Brace For Cards

WHAT: Dallas Cowboys (4-1) at Arizona Cardinals (3-2)
WHEN: Sunday, 3:15 p.m. (CDT)
WHERE: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.
TELEVISION: Fox (Dick Stockton, Troy Aikman, and Pam Oliver)

There seems to be only two injury options for Cowboys this week - probable and out. The players who are out are no surprise - starting safety Roy Williams (forearm), starting left guard Kyle Kosier (foot), starting cornerback Terence Newman (abdomen) and backup safety Pat Watkins (neck). Listed as probable are starting fullback Deon Anderson (knee), starting center Andre Gurode (ankle), starting tight end Jason Witten (shoulder), backup nose tackle Tank Johnson (ankle) and backup defensive end Stephen Bowen (hamstring). All the probables practiced all week.

The Cardinals are a banged-up club, and have many injury issues going into the game. Only one player is officially out - wide receiver Anquan Boldin (head). Backup tight end Ben Patrick (knee) did not practice all week and is doubtful. Six Cardinals are listed as questionable for Sunday - starting safety Adrian Wilson (hamstring), starting cornerbacks Roderick Hood (groin) and Eric Green (groin), backup defensive end Bertrand Berry (groin), backup linebacker Clark Haggans (groin) and reserve tight end Jerame Tuman (hamstring). Starting tight end Leonard Pope (ankle) participated fully in practice all week and is listed as probable.

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