NFL announces Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl selections

The Dallas Cowboys will have a strong presence at February’s Pro Bowl. Wednesday night, the NFL announced its Pro Bowl selections.

Five Cowboys, three of which were first-time selections. All five Cowboys are headed to Las Vegas, including cornerback Trevon Diggs and linebacker Micah Parsons. Guard Zack Martin, tackle Tyron Smith, and punter Bryan Anger. Smith was the only player not selected to start.

Parsons and Diggs had great year for the Cowboys’ defense. Diggs is the NFL’s leading scorer with 10 touchdowns including two pick-sixes. Parsons is seventh in the NFL with 12 tackles. Parsons also has 57 solo tackles.

Pro Football Focus rates Smith as one of the best tackles in the game with a 91.7 overall rating. Smith has been injured and is currently dealing with a bone spur and a high ankle strain.

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Martin is graded a 93.7 by Pro Football Focus, which is the highest possible rating for an offensive lineman. This is why Dallas’ offensive lines have been so strong this season. Pro Football Focus rates the Cowboys’ offensive line as the best.

Anger is ranked seventh in the NFL, with 48 yards per kick and 2,456 yards total. He was elected as a starter.

Dallas Cowboys will issue injury report before matchup against Washington Football Team
On Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys will have the chance to win the NFC East. This will be the second meeting between the two teams in three weeks. The first was a close one, with Dallas winning the first.

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The Cowboys have released their injury report ahead of the game. Only one Cowboys player was not able to practice Wednesday. Tyron Smith, starting left tackle, is currently dealing with an injury to his ankle. Last week, he was also unable to attend the New York Giants game.

Defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence and running back Tony Pollard were both limited. Running back Corey Clement was also very limited.

Ezekiel Elliott, running back, was the only participant listed as a full participant. While he has been suffering from a knee injury throughout the season, he has persevered as Dallas attempts to reestablish their running game.

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This is the injury report of the Washington Football Team.

Didn’t practice: S Landon Collins, RB Antonio Gibson, toe, CB William Jackson, calf), DE Daniel Wise and DE Landon Collins (foot).

Limited participation LB Jamin Davis, WR Curtis Samuel, DE James Smith-Williams (illness), WR Curtis Samuel, WR Curtis Samuel

Full participation WR Adam Humphries, ribs

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