The San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys released their final injury reports for Sunday's throwback rivalry game and there aren't any real surprises. Michael Crabtree and Dashon Goldson are both listed as questionable after spending the week being limited in practices. Goldson and Crabtree both took part in practice, but in poking around the twitterverse with the beat writers, it sounds like neither is particularly sure what Sunday holds.
The Cowboys are particularly banged up for this game as they will be without Terence Newman and Orlando Scandrick at cornerback and are doubtful to have starting left guard Bill Nagy. Dez Bryant remains questionable with a quadricep injury and the latest news had Jerry Jones unsure of his status. This is of some significance as Jones had said all week that Bryant would be able to play.
Bryant has a quad injury like Steven Jackson, who it appears is likely to miss Monday's game. The difference is that Bryant's quad injury involves more of a bruise while Jackson's is a strain. From my moderate understanding of the two injuries, a strain is more likely to be aggravated on the field. I'm hoping Bryant sits out, but if the 49ers secondary has to deal with him, so be it.
And of course thanks to bignerd for providing an improved first aid symbol, which was even saved as "better" in the file.
FS Dashon Goldson (knee)
WR Michael Crabtree (foot)
CB Terence Newman (groin)
CB Orlando Scandrick (ankle)
OG Bill Nagy (neck)
WR Dez Bryant (knee)