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Jerry Jones: Safe to say we’ll have one of our starting tackles Sunday

Both of the Cowboys’ starting offensive tackles have been dealing with injuries this week and neither practiced on Wednesday or Thursday, but Jerry Jones expects at least one of them will be good to go against the Jets. Left tackle Tyron Smith missed last week’s game with an ankle injury and right tackle La'el Collins [more]

“Highly unlikely” Jets have C.J. Mosley, Henry Anderson or Kelechi Osemele Sunday

Jets head coach Adam Gase said early this week that linebacker C.J. Mosley was considered “doubtful at best” for Sunday’s game against the Cowboys and it doesn’t appear anything has changed over the last few days. Mosley remained out of practice due to the groin injury he suffered in the first week of the regular [more]

Kris Richard: Run defense issues have been addressed

The Cowboys did something against the Packers last week that they’ve never done before. They allowed running back Aaron Jones to become the first opposing player to run for four touchdowns against them in a single game. They did better in terms of overall rushing yards allowed and the team ranks in the middle of [more]

Sam Darnold not worried about getting hit: The spleen’s good

Sam Darnold knew he had to make sure one thing was clear before he returned: The Jets quarterback said last week he wanted assurance that he didn’t risk dying on the field because of an enlarged spleen. He got that clearance this week. “The spleen’s good,” Darnold said Thursday, via Connor Hughes of TheAthletic.com. Darnold [more]

DeMarcus Lawrence makes no excuses for slow start

DeMarcus Lawrence has played every game this season, seeing action on 61.3 percent of the Cowboys’ defensive snaps. But the defensive end has only seven tackles and 2.5 sacks since signing a five-year, $105 million contract. Double teams and nagging injuries have slowed him. The two-time Pro Bowler, though, makes no excuses. “Who cares?’‘ Lawrence [more]

Jamal Adams had fine for roughing Baker Mayfield overturned

Jets safety Jamal Adams wasn’t happy about being penalized for roughing Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield in Week Two and and said that officials apologized to the team’s coaches for the flag. Adams he got upset all over again when the league fined him $21,056 a few days later. Adams called the fine “a damn joke” [more]

La’el Collins, Tyron Smith out of practice again Thursday

Word early this week was that Cowboys were optimistic about left tackle Tyron Smith and right tackle La'el Collins playing against the Jets this Sunday, but that outlook is cloudier on Thursday. Neither player took part in practice on Wednesday and head coach Jason Garrett said that they would both be on the sideline for [more]

Report: Chris Herndon likely to miss two games with hamstring injury

The Jets’ wait for tight end Chris Herndon to join the lineup is set to stretch a little while longer. Herndon’s four-game suspension to start the season came to an end after last Sunday’s game, but he picked up a hamstring injury while working out on his own last week. The injury kept Herndon from [more]

Le’Veon Bell: We can’t expect Sam Darnold to be Superman

Jets running back Le'Veon Bell is excited. Sam Darnold is set to start at quarterback for the first time since the first game of the regular season and Bell said on Wednesday that no one is more excited than him about that development. Anyone who has seen the Jets offense rely almost entirely on Bell [more]

Brandon Copeland to sue company over tainted supplement

New York Jets linebacker Brandon Copeland intends to file a lawsuit this week against a supplement company whose product was tainted and led to Copeland’s four-game suspension to begin the season. According to Dennis Waszak Jr. of the Associated Press, Copeland was recommended a supplement by a nutritionist to help aid recovery. He had it [more]

La’el Collins, Tyron Smith did not practice Wednesday

The Cowboys may feel good about having La'el Collins and Tyron Smith this week, but the offensive tackles missed practice Wednesday. Smith sat out Sunday’s loss to the Packers after spraining his ankle late in the loss to the Saints the previous week. Collins played through a back injury Sunday before hurting his knee late. [more]

C.J. Mosley “doubtful at best” for Sunday, Chris Herndon dealing with hamstring injury

The Jets will have quarterback Sam Darnold back in the lineup for Sunday’s game against the Cowboys, but their injury report will still have some key names on it this week. Head coach Adam Gase said at a Wednesday press conference that linebacker C.J. Mosley is “doubtful at best” to be in the lineup this [more]

Sam Darnold cleared, will start Sunday

For the first time since Week One, Jets quarterback Sam Darnold will be under center on Sunday. Darnold, who has been out with mononucleosis, was cleared by doctors this morning, the team announced. That means Darnold will be the Jets’ starting quarterback on Sunday against the Cowboys. Jets coach Adam Gase previously said Darnold will [more]

Tyron Smith, La’el Collins closer to a return

The Cowboys could be getting closer to getting a major piece back on the field. During his weekly chat on 105.3 The Fan, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he feels good about the chances of left tackle Tyron Smith and right tackle La’el Collins playing Sunday against the Jets. “I’m optimistic,” Jones said, via Jon [more]

La’el Collins day to day with sprained MCL

An MRI confirmed what owner Jerry Jones announced Sunday night: Cowboys right tackle La'el Collins sprained the medial collateral ligament in his left knee. The Cowboys are not ready to rule out Collins for Sunday’s game against the Jets, but it is possible they could sit him out through the Oct. 27 bye, Todd Archer [more]

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