DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - The Dallas Cowboys suffered a significant loss in practice this week, when star cornerback Trevon Diggs was lost for the season with a torn ACL.
And now, they could potentially be without two of their best offensive linemen for their trip to Arizona to take on the Cardinals on Sunday.
Per the injury report released by the Cowboys on Friday, both guard Zack Martin and center Tyler Biadasz are questionable heading into the matchup.
Martin is dealing with an ankle injury he suffered in the Cowboys win over the Jets in Week 2, while Biadasz is suffering from a hamstring injury that required an MRI.
Neither offensive lineman practiced on Friday.
The good news for Dallas is, however, that despite Biadasz missing practice, he is not expected to be out for an extended period. Martin should be able to go vs. the Cardinals as well.
In more positive news for the Cowboys, left tackle Tyler Smith, safety Donovan Wilson and receiver Brandin Cooks are all set to return vs. the Cardinals.
Smith and Wilson, of course, were forced to miss the first two weeks of the season with injury, while Cooks missed Week 2's win.