Injury report: Bryant out, Witten sore

IRVING -- The Cowboys have several players nicked up as a result of their overtime victory against the Colts.

*Wide receiver Dez Bryant underwent successful surgery Monday to repair bone and ligament damage in his broken right fibula. Bryant will be out three to four months.

*Tight end Jason Witten has a sprained right ankle and was walking with a slight limp toward the trainer's room on Monday. Witten said he was sore and should be fine for Sunday night's game vs. the Eagles.

*Linebacker Sean Lee, who suffered a sprained shoulder in the win, played through it with some extra padding under his shoulder pads.

*Linebacker Keith Brooking had his snaps limited at times due to a sprained foot that caused him to wear a shoe that was a size larger than normal. He has a plate inserted in the shoe. Brooking could be limited in practice this week.

*Safety Gerald Sensabaugh has a quad bruise and said he's fine.

*Cornerback Orlando Scandrick suffered a concussion in the game and will have to undergo some baseline tests before getting cleared to play.

*Notes: Running back Marion Barber, who missed Sunday's game with a calf strain, is week-to-week according to interim coach Jason Garrett. ... Quarterback Tony Romo is still not ready to start practicing with his broken left collarbone. Romo said he's still in some discomfort.