Dallas Cowboys BREAKING: New Timetable for Injured Dak Prescott Return?
The Dallas Cowboys Are Now Suggesting a New Timetable for Injured Dak Prescott Return.
FRISCO - Dak Prescott’s thumb keeping healing. And as a result, his presumed time away from the field keeps shrinking.
The Dallas Cowboys quarterback, who watched Sunday in Week 2 as his backup Cooper Rush helped their team to a 20-17 upset
win over the visiting Bengals, did sort of whisper to CBS Sports that he might return following thumb/hand surgery sooner than most think.
Originally, after sustaining a small fracture in his hand during a Week 1 loss to Tampa Bay, the prognosis was “six to eight weeks.”
Following the surgery, the Cowboys got updated info suggesting he might only miss a little over a month.
Cowboys COO Stephen Jones is saying that while Prescott won’t play this week in the “Monday Night Football” showdown in New
York against the 2-0 Giants, the “very best (earliest) it would be” would allow Prescott to play in Week 4 against Washington or in Week 5 against the Rams.
The Cowboys level of confidence in Rush - already in place before his work on Sunday - is now increased.