Cowboys sources tell the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that DeMarco Murray (foot) and LT Tyron Smith (ankle) are not expected to play on Thanksgiving Day against the Redskins.
Jermey Parnell will replace Smith, which is an obvious concern for Dallas' passing game. There is optimism that Smith's high ankle sprain is mild, but it's definitely going to cost him one game. Felix Jones, who suffered a knee injury in Sunday's win over the Browns but played through it, will get another start at tailback. Murray remains week to week with a foot injury the Cowboys insist isn't of the Lisfranc variety. There is still no timetable for his return.
Thank u very much Felix got me a win
I'm just going to drop him. He's a waste of space even on the IR