One of the rookie offensive linemen for the Dallas Cowboys will be out the remaining of the season.
After sustaining a shoulder injury, Matt Waletzko, Cowboys offensive tackle, will have surgery. Per Michael Gehlken from the Dallas Morning News
Waletzko was injured in his left shoulder during the third season. This time, he will be on long-term injury reserve.
Cowboys backup LT Matt Waletzko suffered a left shoulder subluxation in practice today for the third time in a year, two people familiar with situation said. Rookie needs surgery and is expected to miss rest of season. https://t.co/EJIR9GnArv
— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) October 20, 2022
Waletzko was a fifth-round selection in the NFL Draft. Due to a shoulder injury, he hasn’t played much in this season.
He also missed a lot of training camp, the preseason and was therefore already behind the eight ball going into the season.
The Cowboys will be praying that he recovers quickly and is ready to start next season.