In a matter of a few days, the injury situation for the Dallas Cowboys just got a whole lot better.

Wide receivers Amari Cooper and Randall Cobb, who both missed practice on Wednesday because of injuries, are among a handful of players still listed as questionable on Friday. They are, however, expected to be healthy enough to play in Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles, according to sources at ESPN.

Also expected to be available are offensive tackles Tyron Smith and La'el Collins as well as cornerback Byron Jones.

All five practiced on a limited basis Friday, the first time this week for Cooper, Cobb and Jones.

Cooper exited Dallas' 24-22 loss to the New York Jets on Sunday after the first offensive series due to a quadriceps injury. He also was slowed in recent weeks by an ankle injury but hasn't missed any full games.

Cobb is nursing a back injury, Smith (ankle) sat out the past two games, and right tackle Collins (knee) didn't play against the Jets. Friday marked the second straight day that Smith and Collins were limited participants at practice.

Another offensive lineman listed as questionable -- but expected to play -- is right guard Zack Martin (back, ankle), who returned to practice Thursday.

The Cowboys have only ruled out cornerback Anthony Brown (hamstring) for Sunday's game.

--Field Level Media

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