BREAKING: Dallas Cowboys Key tight end placed on COVID-19 reserve list

Friday afternoon, the Dallas Cowboys added another name to their COVID-19 roster. It’s a member of their tight end room.

According to ESPN’s Field Yates, Blake Jarwin was placed on injured reserve for a hip injury and was also added to the reserve/COVID-19 roster on Friday.

Jarwin was injured in the hip on Nov. 6. Jarwin was put on injured reserve. He would have to miss at least three games due to his hip injury. Dallas lost its third game at that time to the Las Vegas Raiders, losing by 36 points to 33 in overtime. Jarwin is currently on the COVID-19 List, so Jarwin’s return may be delayed.

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Jarwin has not played since Oct. 31, as he is recovering from the injury.

The Cowboys are gearing up for a Thursday night match against the New Orleans Saints Dec. 2.

Jarwin, 26 years old, signed with the Cowboys in 2017 as an undrafted free agent from Oklahoma State. Jarwin, 26, joined the Cowboys’ practice squad in 2017 after his rookie season. He was then promoted to the active roster.

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Jarwin was signed by the Cowboys to a three year, $24.25m extension in March. This included $9.25 Million guaranteed

Jarwin will be playing in seven Cowboys games in 2021. He has caught 10 passes for 90 yards and two touchdowns.

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