Injury Report: Spencer Sanders Expected to Play Amid Injury Rumors, Wilson, Bray Out

FORT WORTH, Texas — Rumors swirled through social media Saturday morning that the Cowboys could be without starting quarterback Spencer Sanders because of injury — that appears to not be the case.

Sanders is expected to play when Oklahoma State faces TCU at 2:30 p.m. in Amon G. Carter Stadium, according to Dave Hunziker, after the rumors of a shoulder and an ankle injury. However, Sanders will be without his center and a star receiver, as Preston Wilson and Jaden Bray will not play. Depth corner Demarco Jones is also out.

Wilson left OSU’s game against Texas Tech with injury last week and didn’t return. Joe Michalski played in his place.

Bray debuted against the Red Raiders last week after missing the Cowboys’ first four games with a hand injury, but he reaggravated his injury against the Red Raiders, according to Hunziker. He had two catches for 24 yards against Texas Tech.

Hunziker made mention of other players who are considered questionable entering Saturday’s game but didn’t initially mention names. OSU corner Korie Black and wide receiver Braydon Johnson left last week’s game and didn’t return.