Dwayne Harris returns to practice for Cowboys

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We already knew that Bears quarterback Jay Cutler wasn’t going to play Monday night, and there weren’t many other surprises on the final injury report for either side.

Cowboys special teamer Dwayne Harris, who can change a game in an instant, was listed as questionable after practicing for the first time Saturday. Harris, who is second in the league in both kick and punt return average, hadn’t worked prior to today because of a hamstring strain.

Along with Cutler, linebacker Lance Briggs is listed as out for the Bears. Otherwise, they’re a largely healthy group, as wide receiver Brandon Marshall, safety Major Wright and guard Kyle Long are all listed as probable.

The Cowboys are likewise well, with the exception of cornerback Morris Claiborne, who is out with a hamstring problem.

The rest of their report falls under the probable category and will be ready to go, including linebacker Sean Lee (hamstring) and wide receiver Dez Bryant (back).