Cowboys’ Jones: Dak Prescott ‘Forward of Schedule and Rolling’

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The Dallas Cowboys proceed to talk in glowing phrases about Dak Prescott’s restoration from his season-ending ankle harm.

In a Friday radio interview, Cowboys COO Stephen Jones reaffirmed the staff’s franchise quarterback is “forward of schedule and rolling,” freed from post-surgical problems.

“I haven’t run into Dak within the final couple of weeks. What I do is get these wonderful reviews on how he’s doing. It shouldn’t come as any shock. He does every part to the 9s and the 10s, he simply does it the perfect. He’s been so diligent in his rehab, and that shouldn’t shock anyone,” Jones stated on 105.three The Fan. “They stated (the staff’s medical employees), if something, he’s forward of schedule and rolling. We count on him to have a full restoration. He averted any of the problems that come anytime you’ve gotten a bone that breaks the pores and skin. You are concerned about infections and he definitely averted any of that. We’re simply lucky to have a man like Dak. It’s been robust not having him on the market as a result of his management is true on the prime along with his ability, and what he brings to the desk as a quarterback within the NFL.”

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Dak Again Sooner Than Thought?

Jones first talked about final week that Prescott, upon session with the staff’s medical employees, was besting his rehab timetable of 4-6 months.

“This can be a four-month harm and to this point, if something, every part we’re getting from (affiliate athletic coach Britt Brown) and the docs is that he’s forward of schedule. He’s been in a position to keep away from any setbacks and if something, he’s forward of schedule, which shouldn’t be a shock,” he instructed reporters amid his midseason tackle, by way of ESPN.

Prescott sustained a proper ankle dislocation and compound fracture and underwent emergency surgical procedure on Oct. 11. He was launched from the hospital the next day, and docs have since decided he’s suffered no infections or setbacks.

A best-case consequence means Prescott is healed by February, earlier than his scheduled foray into unrestricted free company. Even a six-month situation, nevertheless, the 27-year-old seemingly nonetheless would take part totally within the Cowboys’ offseason program, which begins in April.

“In the event you look forward, he ought to be able to go for our spring work – the latter a part of the spring work. However figuring out Dak – and that’s a giant a part of this factor – figuring out Dak and his make-up, he’ll be again on the market quickly,” proprietor/normal supervisor Jerry Jones stated on Oct. 13.

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Jerry Addresses Probability of Drafting 1st-Spherical QB

As of now, the 2-7 Cowboys are slated to choose third total within the 2021 NFL draft, prime territory atop a generational QB class that boasts presumed No. 1 choice Trevor Lawrence.

Issues can and can change previous to April, however assuming the Cowboys are locked right into a top-five draft slot, is it loopy to assume they take, say, Ohio State’s Justin Fields, North Dakota State’s Trey Lance, or BYU’s Zach Wilson?

“Sure, you ask me if it’s loopy to deliver the concept up? And I’ve answered it, sure,” Jerry Jones stated final week on 105.three The Fan. “It’s not the factor to be speaking about in any respect. Dak is our quarterback.”

After all, this underscores an enormous resolution dealing with each Prescott and the group, which should determine whether or not to pony up on a long-term contract, use the franchise tag for a second straight 12 months, and even enable the two-time Professional Bowler to check the open market.


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