Wednesday’s Cowboys-49ers injuries: Jason Peters didn’t practice, and Jayron Kearse was limited

The Cowboys will face the 49ers in San Francisco this week, reviving an old rivalry between the two teams. Neither team is seriously hurting coming into the game.

Injuries for Wednesday’s game between the Cowboys and 49ers: Jayron Kearse couldn’t do much and Jason Peters didn’t even try out

Injuries for Wednesday's game between the Cowboys and 49ers: Jayron Kearse couldn't do much, and Jason Peters didn't even try out

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There is currently only one game standing between the Dallas Cowboys and a berth in the NFC championship game for the first time since the 1995 season.

This week marks the return of an old-school rivalry as the Dallas Cowboys make the trip out west to take on the San Francisco 49ers.

Both teams come into the game with a relatively low number of reported injuries to their respective rosters.

The practice that Dallas had today was more of a walkthrough than it was a regular practice. The knee injury that forced safety Jayron Kearse out of last week’s game also kept him out of today’s practice, where he was listed as a limited participant.

Kearse is hopeful that he will be able to participate in this weekend’s game despite being given a limited designation to start the week.

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Because of a hip injury he sustained during the game on Monday night, offensive tackle Jason Peters did not participate in Wednesday’s practice. In addition, it was mentioned that DeMarcus Lawrence was a limited participant due to a foot injury.

On the other hand, it seems as though the 49ers are healthy for the most part. Due to a knee injury, Javon Kinalw participated in a reduced capacity in Wednesday’s practice.

While this was going on, Jauan Jennings and Samson Ebukam both suffered ankle injuries and had limited participation.