Quarterback Dak Prescott Could Return To The Playing Field In Two Weeks


Quarterback Cooper Rush may only be starting for the Dallas Cowboys for one more game. He will start on Monday night when the Cowboys play in New Jersey.

Last week, Dak Prescott had surgery on his throwing hand as a result of a fractured thumb. Now, he is working his way to getting back onto the field.

Although it was first approximated that Prescott would be out for six to eight weeks, Jerry Jones, the team’s owner, weighed in on the matter. He stated that Prescott may not miss any more games after they play the Giants.

“Everybody recognizes that he’ll be back sooner rather than later, as far as the timeline. And uh, it really could be a minimal of uh, two weeks up here in my mind. Now, that’s optimistic. That’s very optimistic, but it could be. And he’s got the kind of injury the kind of repair there that will allow him not to have a lot of fear about reinjuring it. Just a question of the grip,” he said.

Jones added that as of now, it isn’t known if tight end Dalton Schultz will play on Monday night. This past Sunday, Schultz experienced a knee sprain.



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