Lance Dunbar caught 1-of-2 targets for 16 yards in Dallas' Week 1 loss to the Giants.
Cowboys RB Lance Dunbar is active for Week 1 against the Giants.
The Fort Worth-Star Telegram says Cowboys RB Lance Dunbar "appears ready to play" in Week 1.
Cowboys activated RB Lance Dunbar (knee surgery) from active/PUP.
Cowboys RB Lance Dunbar (knee, active/PUP) tweeted he has been "cleared" and is "ready to go."
According to ESPN Dallas, Lance Dunbar is recovering from both a torn ACL and torn patellar tendon in his left knee.
Cowboys placed RB Lance Dunbar (knee) on the active/PUP list.
Cowboys VP Stephen Jones said the team has not "totally ruled out" Lance Dunbar (knee) participating in training camp.
Cowboys VP Stephen Jones said Monday that Lance Dunbar (knee) may be ready to go "sooner rather than later."
Lance Dunbar (knee) has been limited to rehab work at OTAs.
ESPN Dallas' Todd Archer expects Lance Dunbar (ACL, MCL, patellar tendon) to open the 2016 season on reserve/PUP.
In addition to his ACL, Cowboys RB Lance Dunbar tore his MCL and patellar tendon last October.
Cowboys RB Lance Dunbar (ACL) said there is "no timeline" for his return.
Cowboys re-signed RB Lance Dunbar to a one-year, $1.75 million contract.