Good News for Eagles, Bad News for Cowboys on Injury Front

Ronald Darby (ankle) and Zach Ertz (hamstring) were both full participants at the NovaCare Complex.

Good news for the Eagles and bad news for the Cowboys on Wednesday's injury reports. 

Ronald Darby (ankle) and Zach Ertz (hamstring) were both full participants at the NovaCare Complex. 

Darby hasn't played since Week 1 when he dislocated his right ankle, but it appears he's on track to return this week. Ertz missed the Denver game before the bye, but is also on target to return. He said he needed the bye week to heal. 

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Down in North Texas, Tyron Smith (groin), Dez Bryant (knee) and Sean Lee (hamstring) all missed practice. 

Smith worked on the side, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett told Philadelphia reporters on a conference call. Garrett was unsure if Smith will be able to play on Sunday night. If he can't, Chaz Green or Byron Bell would fill in. Both took reps in his place on Wednesday. 

Lee is expected to miss Sunday night's game and at least a couple more weeks after that, which is a huge blow for the Cowboys.

Bryant has been playing through a knee injury.

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