Jerry Jones is expecting the best offensive line in football to get a little bit better for their home playoff game in two weeks.
"I think that we're pleased physically with where he is," Jones said of Collins. "I think he's going to physically be able to go. We got a 21-day clock that we can put him on. We'll probably start that clock with him, which means he'll just be zeroed in on doing specifically football work. He, for all practical purposes, is through with his rehab."
Here are other injuries we're tracking Tuesday:
- Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman told reporters he has no concerns about linebacker Luke Kuechly (concussion) returning to action next season.
- Ahead of their matchup with Seattle, the Lions kept linebacker DeAndre Levy (knee), tackle Riley Reiff (hip) and center Travis Swanson (concussion) limited in Tuesday's practice.