Cole Beasley #11 of the Dallas Cowboys gets tackled by Tyler Patmon #23 of the Jacksonville Jaguars in the second quarter of a game at AT&T Stadium on October 14, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

The Dallas Cowboys have a tough challenge ahead of them on the road to their first Super Bowl championship since 1995. They will travel to southern California to take on the high-powered Los Angeles Rams, and the bad news for Dallas is they are not fully healthy heading into the practice week.

Head coach Jason Garrett provided updates on several key players on Tuesday, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. One name to watch is wide receiver Cole Beasley, who missed practice on Tuesday after an ankle injury flared up in the team’s wild card win over the Seattle Seahawks.

Beasley stayed in the Seattle game, but took Tuesday off. His status for the Rams game is uncertain. He was the Cowboys’ second leading receiver in the regular season behind midseason acquisition Amari Cooper.

Veteran linebacker Sean Lee should be good to go against the Rams after missing more than half the regular season with hamstring troubles. He was extremely limited against the Seahawks, but will play this week, barring any setbacks.

Defensive tackle David Irving will likely not practice this week and is not expected to play against the Rams. Offensive lineman Xavier Su’a-Filo is making progress and will be questionable for the game, while return specialist Tavon Austin was limited on Tuesday.

The Cowboys are seven-point underdogs in the game, according to oddsmakers. If they pull off the upset, they would either travel to New Orleans for the NFC title game or host it in Dallas against the Philadelphia Eagles.