As the New Orleans Saints & Dallas Cowboys prepare to square off this Sunday at AT&T stadium, each squad could be without key players.

Starting Saints center Jonathan Goodwin practiced for the first time this week this morning, but was limited. He suffered a high ankle sprain in last week's win over the Vikings. He is officially listed as questionable. If Goodwin is unable to play, backup Tim Lelito will get the start.

Cornerback Patrick Robinson (hamstring), who was demoted on the depth chart last week due to poor play in week 1 and 2, missed practice today for the first time this week. He is questionable for Sunday night's game.

Joining Goodwin and Robinson on the questionable list are linebacker David Hawthorne (knee/ankle) and tight end Ben Watson (groin).

Watson practiced on a limited basis yesterday and this morning. Hawthorne missed last Sunday's game and suffering an injury during the week 2 loss to Cleveland. Ramon Humber started in his place.

Running back Mark Ingram (broken hand), fullback Eric Lorig (ankle) and safety Marcus Ball (hamstring) are all listed as OUT on the injury report, and will not play Sunday in Dallas.

The Cowboys have several players listed as questionable, including defensive tackles Terrell McClain (groin), Henry Melton (hamstring), and Davon Coleman (knee), defensive end Anthony Spencer (knee), and linebacker Rolando McClain (groin).

Dallas quarterback Tony Romo (back), wide receiver Dez Bryant (shoulder), tight end Gavin Escobar (knee) and linebacker Justin Durant (groin) are all listed as probable.