The Cowboys are battling a number of injuries as they prepare for Saturday’s game against Ravens, starting with QB Tony Romo. The Cowboys held their final full workout of the week on Thursday, and Romo was listed as participating in the full session despite a sore back. Both Romo and coach Wade Phillips made it sound likely Wednesday that Romo will play.
The forecast may not be as positive for RB Marion Barber, who was held out of practice again with a dislocated small toe on his right foot. Barber was a game-time decision last week after he was limited in practice, and he was able to play against the Giants. It looks like he might be on the same track again this week.
The Cowboys held three other starters out of practice on Thursday — OG Montrae Holland (ankle), FS Ken Hamlin (finger) and SS Keith Davis (knee/neck). Both Hamlin and Davis played last week and are expected to go again this week, according to Phillips.