Cowboys rule out Jason Peters, list Jayron Kearse as questionable

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The Cowboys officially ruled out left tackle Jason Peters with a hip injury. He did not practice all week after playing only 33 of 69 snaps on Monday night.

The Cowboys are expected to return rookie Tyler Smith to left tackle with Connor McGovern stepping back in at left guard.

Safety Jayron Kearse (knee) is the only other player with a designation. The Cowboys list him as questionable, but Kearse said this week he is “100 percent” playing.

Kearse was limited in practice all week.

Every other player besides Peters and Kearse had full participation in Friday’s practice.

Defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence (foot), safety Israel Mukuamu (hamstring), cornerback Trayvon Mullen (illness) and right tackle Tyron Smith (knee) all are good to go.

3 responses to “Cowboys rule out Jason Peters, list Jayron Kearse as questionable

  1. The Cowboys offensive line could be in trouble with Bosa facing a rookie bringing the heat to Prescott causing him to throw a few interceptions. Unless the Cowboys have the tight ends and the running backs chip to give him time to throw.

  2. Peters was “unavailable” when he was inserted into the lineup. He had an effective shelf life of minutes. And he did not disappoint in his brevity of service.

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