49ers-Cowboys Inactives: Cowboys’ without Dez Bryant, 49ers without Vance McDonald

Oct 2, 2016 at 12:01 PM--


As expected, Cowboys WR Dez Bryant will not play against the San Francisco 49ers and is on Dallas' inactive list. The Cowboys' loss is a big boost for the 49ers who are looking to even their record to 2-2.

Bryant suffered a hairline fracture near his knee last weekend. He was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report.

The 49ers will be without TE Vance McDonald (hip) and CB Jimmie Ward (quad) as the face the visiting Cowboys.

San Francisco 49ers Inactives


QB Christian Ponder
WR Keshawn Martin
CB Jimmie Ward
DT Tony Jerrod-Eddie
OL John Theus
TE Vance McDonald
DT Taylor Hart

Dallas Cowboys Inactives


QB Tony Romo
CB Orlando Scandrick
RB Darius Jackson
Lab Mark Nzeocha
OG La'el Collins
OT Tyron Smith
WR Dez Bryant.





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