Quarterback Dak Prescott could be back on the field in two weeks
Quarterback Dak Prescott could be back on the field in two weeks

Quarterback Dak Prescott could be back on the field in two weeks

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

Last week, Dak Prescott underwent surgery on his throwing hand following a fractured thumb. Now, he is struggling to get back on the field.

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Although Prescott was first expected to be out for six to eight weeks, team owner Jerry Jones weighed in on the matter. He stated that Prescott might not miss another game after playing the Giants.

“Everybody recognizes that it’s going to come back sooner rather than later in terms of the timeline. And uh, it really could be a minimum of two weeks here in my mind. Now that’s optimistic. It’s very optimistic, but it could be. And he has the kind of hurt, the kind of repair that will allow him to not be afraid of hurting her again. Just a matter of grip,” he said.

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Jones added that as of now, it’s unknown if tight end Dalton Schultz will play Monday night. Last Sunday, Schultz suffered a sprained knee.



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