Four days removed from banging his throwing hand on the helmet of an Eagles defender, quarterback Tony Romo was practicing on Wednesday, as the Cowboys began their week of preparation for Sunday's season finale.
Romo's hand swelled drastically in the moments after the play, but all tests came up negative for structural damage, and the neither the quarterback or team officials expressed concern he would miss the Giants game that will decide the NFC East.
The Cowboys are not expected to make any quarterback additions to the roster, further cementing Romo's status for Sunday.
Also suited up and taking part in practice on Wednesday was running back Felix Jones, who may be listed as limited with a hamstring injury, but has clearly improved since last week, when he did not practice at all. Jones received just four carries before being taken out against the Eagles.
Linebacker Sean Lee, who was pulled from the Eagles game with a hamstring injury of his own, was missing from practice, as were outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware (neck) and nose tackle Jay Ratliff (knee), the Cowboys' only Pro Bowl selections. The team continues to manage their injuries, though all three are expected to play against the Giants.
Safety Danny McCray missed practice as well, dealing with a high ankle sprain that kept him out against the Eagles.
Also returning to practice was nose tackle Josh Brent, who has been out a month with a sprained knee, and wide receiver Kevin Ogletree, who missed Week 16 with a knee injury.
Right guard Kyle Kosier has been held out of Wednesday practices for most of the season while dealing with a foot injury. Veteran Derrick Dockery took starting left guard snaps in place of Montrae Holland, who was put on the injured reserve on Monday.