Injury report for Cowboys vs. Giants game (Friday): Michael Gallup can fully participate in practice, but Dalton Schultz still can’t.

This is the injury report for the Cowboys game against the Giants on Friday.

Due to the return of a few important players to practice on Friday, the Cowboys appear to be in better shape than they were the day before.

For the second day in a row, Michael Gallup was fully intact during practice, increasing the likelihood that he will be available to play on Monday night.

Micah Parsons is apparently suffering from a non-COVID-related illness, therefore he is unable to practice for the second straight day. Trevon Diggs returned to practice on Friday after being absent on Thursday due to personal matters. Dalton Schultz has missed practice for the second straight day, making it unlikely that he will be dressed and prepared to play on Monday.

Dak Prescott, a sight for sore eyes, started day two of his injury rehabilitation on the field and was working with resistance chords on the side, but he is still a practice non-participant with no established schedule for his return.

Along with safety Javon Kearse, who is still recovering from a knee injury sustained in week one, Connor McGovern is still unable to participate in practice due to an ankle ailment. Although Kearse is now recovering from an injury, Dallas appears to be in excellent hands as backup Donovan Wilson impressed with six solo tackles and two stuffs at the line against the Cincinnati Bengals in the Cowboys’ much-needed home victory.

Quinton Bohanna, a nose tackle in his second season, was listed as limited for Friday’s game.

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