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Cowboys' Austin questionable; Giants RBs listed as probable

The Dallas Cowboys officially listed Miles Austin as questionable for Sunday's critical NFC East tilt against the New York Giants, although the team said earlier this week it expects the Pro Bowl receiver to play.

Austin, who has missed the last four games with a hamstring injury, received the questionable designation, along with receiver Laurent Robinson (shoulder), fullback Tony Fiammetta (illness), outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware (neck), and guard Kyle Kosier (foot). All five players were limited in Friday's practice session.

For the Giants, running backs Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) and Brandon Jacobs (hamstring) are officially probable after practicing for the first time on Friday in a limited role. New York's pass rush will have to make due for the second straight week without Osi Umenyiora, who was ruled out with ankle and knee injuries.

The Giants are trying to snap a four-game losing streak. A win Sunday in Dallas would tie the them with the Cowboys for first place in the division.

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