Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis added to COVID list, Tyron Smith out vs WFT

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Not every Christmas Eve surprise is a good one.

The Cowboys added cornerback Jourdan Lewis to the Reserve/COVID list on Friday. He joins safety Malik Hooker, defensive tackle Trysten Hill, and running back JaQuan Hardy. Defensive line coach Aden Durde and special teams assistant Matt Daniels are in the protocol, too.

Rookie wide receiver Simi Fehoko was also placed on the virus watchlist to end the week.

Left tackle Tyron Smith has been declared out for Week 16, as he continues to nurse an ankle injury in hopes of being ready for the postseason.

Running backs Ezekiel Elliott, Tony Pollard, and Corey Clement were all full participants during Friday’s session.

Defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence was limited in Friday’s walkthrough with foot soreness. Head coach Mike McCarthy told reporters that it’s not an issue that will affect Lawrence’s availability Sunday night.

First-year cornerback Nahshon Wright was also given a “limited” designation Friday.

Rookie safety Israel Mukuamu is listed as questionable with an illness that held him out of practice Thursday and Friday.

The news is worse for Washington.

Safety Landon Collins is out, as is cornerback William Jackson III, and defensive end Daniel Wise. Safety and special teams player Deshazor Everett will not play following a Thursday car wreck that claimed the life of a passenger in his car and left Everett himself hospitalized.

Running back Antonio Gibson is questionable with a toe injury; wide receiver Curtis Samuel is questionable with a hamstring.

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