Week 3 NFL Injury Report: Tony Romo, Dez Bryant Miss Practice For Cowboys Thursday

The Dallas Cowboys' injury report for Thursday includes 11 names, many of whom will miss the Monday night game against the Washington Redskins. At the very least, many of their statuses are very much up in the air. The most significant name on the list is quarterback Tony Romo, but wide receivers Miles Austin and Dez Bryant and running back Felix Jones also didn't practice Thursday.

Romo got a CAT scan on Thursday for his punctured lung, the results of which are not known yet. For his part, backup quarterback Jon Kitna expects Romo to play on Monday. Austin is certainly out for the game, and Bryant's own hamstring issue has not improved since Week 1. Jones should play on Monday.

Here is the full Cowboys injury report:

DID NOT PRACTICE: Miles Austin (hamstring), Dez Bryant (hamstring), Phil Costa (Knee), Derrick Dockery (Knee), Felix Jones (Shouler), Tony Romo (Ribs), Orlando Scandrick (Ankle).

DID PRACTICE: Mike Jenkins (Shoulder), Bill Nagy (Neck), Terrence Newman (Groin), Anthony Spencer (Shoulder).

For more on the Redskins vs. Cowboys Monday Night showdown, visit this StoryStream. Visit Hogs Haven for more on the Redskins, and visit Blogging the Boys and SB Nation Dallas for more on the Cowboys.

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