Even with the announcement that Chad Hutchinson will start Saturday's exhibition game against the…
Wednesday Updated Injury Report
Players currently listed as questionable for Saturday's exhibition game against the Falcons include tackle Aaron Gibson (knee sprain), starting center Andre Gurode (strained groin), starting right tackle Solomon Page (knee strain), wide receiver Reggie Swinton (strained hamstring) and running back Michael Wiley (sprained ankle).
Obviously, fullback Jamar Martin, wide receiver Raghib Ismail, and tight end Jeff Robinson will also be absent due to their respective season ending injuries suffered during training camp.
Dave Campo hinted yesterday that there might be a chance that defensive end Peppi Zellner will see limited action against the Falcons. Pro Bowl left guard Larry Allen could see his first playing time since undergoing offseason shoulder surgery.
The Cowboys are currently listed as a 3.5 point favorites over the Falcons entering Saturday's game at Texas Stadium.
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