Sean Lee, Morris Claiborne inactive for Cowboys vs. Raiders

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The Cowboys are without two key defenders on Thanksgiving.

The Cowboys will host the Raiders on Thursday, but they will do it without two major defensive players. Linebacker Sean Lee and cornerback Morris Claiborne are inactive for the Cowboys outing against the Raiders. Claiborne and Lee have both been dealing with hamstring injuries and the pair were listed as "out" on the Cowboys injury report prior to Thursday. The Cowboys will also be without linebacker Justin Durant on Thursday.

The Raiders will have running back Darren McFadden in Dallas, but will be without number one wide receiver Denarius Moore. The pass-catcher has been dealing with a shoulder injury. Safety Tyvon Branch is also still out with an ankle injury.

Here is the complete list of inactives for the Cowboys-Raiders games:


WR Denarius Moore
WR Brice Butler
SS Tyvon Branch
G Lamar Mady
T Menelik Watson
DL Brian Sanford
DE Jason Hunter


ILB Sean Lee
CB Morris Claiborne
WR Dwayne Harris
S Jakar Hamilton
LB Justin Durant
LB DeVonte Holloman
OT Darrion Weems

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