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Stadium: AT&T Stadium | Coach: Jason Garrett
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Cowboys' Tony Romo: Likely won't practice immediately after bye week
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Romo (back) likely won't be cleared for practice immediately after the Cowboys' Week 7 bye, Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.

On Wednesday morning, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network relayed that the Cowboys will stick with Dak Prescott as their starting quarterback in Week 8 against the Eagles, thereby relegating Romo to backup duties, at best. If Romo doesn't practice to start the week, as expected, he'll likely find himself on the Cowboys' inactive list yet again. During the bye week, Romo will remain at team headquarters and stay involved in the rehab process with an eye toward ramping up his workload. However, in order to take part in "intense" football activities, his core and back must be strengthened, according to head coach Jason Garrett.

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Cowboys' Dez Bryant: Showing improved mobility
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Head coach Jason Garrett noted Wednesday that Bryant (knee) is "moving around better and better," Kate Hairopoulos of the Dallas Morning News reports.

Bryant was unable to catch, though, following a faux pas in the kitchen. According to Jane Slater of NFL Network, Bryant had bandages on the middle and index fingers of his right hand due to cuts made while slicing carrots for soup. Really. Bryant himself told Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that the issue is minor, and with a Week 7 bye on tap, the wide receiver will continue to rehab his right knee with an aim for active status the next weekend against the Eagles.

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Cowboys' Darren McFadden: Says he's ready to play
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

McFadden says he's ready to play after recovering from offseason elbow surgery, The Ft. Worth Star-Telegram reports. "Elbow is feeling great," McFadden said. "Just sitting back and waiting for my time to get back on the field. It's pretty much up to the coaches. I'm ready to go, so it's just based off their decision."

He's eligible to come off the NFI list this week, but with the Cowboys on bye in Week 7 they will be in no rush to try and find room for McFadden on the 53-man roster. Ezekiel Elliott's tremendous start means that the veteran would be a depth player at best anyway in Dallas, but with backfield injuries starting to pile up around the league, McFadden's best chance to see significant action this season might come via trade.

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Cowboys' Tony Romo: Likely out until at least Week 9
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Romo (back) is not expected to be ready to play until Week 9 at the earliest, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.

It was revealed Wednesday that the Cowboys are planning to start Dak Prescott in Week 8, which is an indication that Romo will not be ready to go coming out of the team's Week 7 bye. Romo could be ready to go the following week, but at this point the Cowboys will likely be sure he is back at 100 percent before even considering starting him. Even then, the team could opt to stick with Prescott, who has led the Cowboys to a 5-1 record in Romo's absence while posting a quarterback rating of 114.7 or better in four straight games.

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Cowboys' Dak Prescott: Will start in Week 8
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Prescott will start in Week 8 against the Eagles following the Cowboys' bye week, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.

The Cowboys have not committed to Prescott starting the rest of the season, but fellow quarterback Tony Romo is not expected to be ready to play until Week 9 at the earliest, so Prescott will get at least one more start coming out of the Cowboys' off week. The team has little reason to push Romo given Prescott's performance so far, and figures to wait on making a call as to who starts when Romo is finally back to full health.

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