Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten is receiving treatment for two sprained ankles and a sprained knee, and it is not certain he will be available for Sunday's home game against the Atlanta Falcons, league sources told ESPN.
"[Witten] will be day-to-day all week, but he's not a lock [to play] at this point," a source said.
Witten said he was fine after the Week 2 game against the Eagles and added it was just typical football stuff. Witten, who is known for his high pain tolerance, missed one game early in his career with a broken jaw. He also insisted on playing in this year's season opener against the New York Giants after rupturing his spleen in the preseason.