Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Tyron Smith and wide receiver Kevin Ogletree each made early exits during the team’s 23-20 overtime victory against the Cleveland Browns, while linebacker DeMarcus Ware left the game but was able to return.
Following the game, the Cowboys announced Smith suffered a high ankle sprain. The offensive tackle will miss the team’s upcoming game on Thanksgiving against the Washington Redskins. The injury only further depletes an already shaky Cowboys’ offensive line.
Ogletree exited the game late in the fourth quarter with what’s been termed a head injury. He didn’t return and has been tested for a concussion. He was injured when he was hit in the helmet by defensive back T.J. Ward’s shoulder, a play that was ruled a personal foul for hitting a defenseless receiver.
While Smith will miss Thursday’s contest against the Redskins, the statuses of Ogletree and Ware, who was also tested for a concussion following the game, are not known at this time.