IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain and defensive end Jeremy Mincey are officially questionable for Sunday's divisional round matchup against the Green Bay Packers but went through full practices for the first time Friday.
McClain and Mincey did not practice on Wednesday or Thursday because of the effects of concussions suffered last week against the Detroit Lions.
"I feel good, ready to go," said Mincey, who led the Cowboys in sacks in the regular season. "If you look at it I was kinda squinting on Monday and now who I am right now, I can tell you that much. But I feel a lot better and I'm ready to go."
Linebacker Anthony Hitchens and defensive tackle Terrell McClain missed their third straight day of practice and are also listed as questionable. Hitchens did not practice last week but played in 33 snaps against the Lions. Terrell McClain said earlier in the week he would be able to play even if he did not practice.
Right tackle Doug Free is looking at missing his fourth straight game with an ankle injury, but he was spotted on the field for rehab for the first time since getting hurt Dec. 14 against the Philadelphia Eagles. He is officially listed as doubtful.
Quarterback Tony Romo (back), running back DeMarco Murray (hand), guard Zack Martin (ankle), linebacker Bruce Carter (knee), tight end James Hanna (knee) and defensive tackle Nick Hayden (shoulder) are probable.