Injuries: Anthony Spencer will be game-time decision

IRVING, Texas -- Cowboys outside linebacker Anthony Spencer is a game-time decision with a pectoral muscle injury. Spencer didn't practice all week and is listed as questionable on the injury report released Saturday.

If Spencer plays, he will wear a harness to stabilize the upper arm.

Fullback Lawrence Vickers, who missed Friday's practice with the flu, participated fully Saturday and is listed as probable. Safety Gerald Sensabaugh, limited the last three days of practice with a calf injury, is listed as probable. Sensabaugh said he wasn't sure if he was going to use a sleeve on his lower leg.

Linebacker Alex Albright (stinger) was limited in practice Saturday but has been ruled out. In a surprise, punter Chris Jones, who suffered a sprained knee in the Week 3 victory over Tampa Bay and hasn't practiced all week, was listed as doubtful on the injury report.

The Cowboys signed Brian Moorman to the roster this week to replace Jones, who is expected to miss two weeks.

The following players have been ruled out: Defensive end Kenyon Coleman (knee), center Phil Costa (back), safety Matt Johnson (hamstring/back) and nose tackle Jay Ratliff (ankle).

Wide receiver Miles Austin (hamstring), defensive end Sean Lissemore (chest), defensive end Marcus Spears (knee), linebacker DeMarcus Ware (hamstring) and linebacker Kyle Wilber (thumb) were listed on the injury report but will play and are labeled as probable.