49ers Vs Cowboys Injury Report: Michael Crabtree, Dashon Goldson Questionable

The 49ers are looking pretty good on the injury front this week as they host the Dallas Cowboys at Candlestick Park on Sunday. The team released their Friday injury report and it was pretty light reading, with only WR Michael Crabtree and S Dashon Goldson listed as questionable. 

Goldson missed last week's game against the Seahawks and indicated he still isn't sure if he'll be able to go on Sunday. Crabtree's nagging foot injury has left him on the questionable list.

Dallas' injury report was a little more lengthy, with the team announcing that cornerback Terence Newman (groin) and cornerback Orlando Scandrick (ankle) will miss this week's game. The Cowboys listed guard Bill Nagy (neck) as doubtful, and wide receiver Dez Bryant (thigh) as questionable. 

Wide receiver Miles Austin (knee), tight end Martellus Bennett (ankle), center Phil Costa (knee), cornerback Mike Jenkins (shoulder), tackle Tyron Smith (knee), and linebacker Anthony Spencer (shoulder) are all listed as probable and expected to suit up. 

For more on the 49ers, go to Niners Nation. For more on the Cowboys, go to Blogging the Boys.    

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