March 27, 2015
IRVING, Texas (AP) - Cowboys tight end Jason Witten will be a game-time decision for Thursday's game against Oakland because of a sprained foot.
Witten was hurt in the second quarter of Dallas' 7-6 victory over Washington on Sunday. He continued playing, but was held out of a light practice Monday and was limited Tuesday.
Coach Wade Phillips said doctors are concerned Witten could worsen the injury if he plays on it.
Witten's 54 catches are easily the most on the team. His 481 yards are second-most.
He hasn't missed a game because of injury since he was a rookie in 2003.
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