Cowboys Coach Mike McCarthy Has Promising Update On RB Tony Pollard

The Dallas Cowboys met the Washington Football Team last Sunday without Tony Pollard. On Dec. 2, he suffered a torn fascia from his plantar fascia.

Pollard spoke to reporters last week and explained the circumstances of his injury.

Pollard stated, “I lifted my foot a bit higher.” “When I put my foot down and pushed it off, I felt a little tear.”

Pollard could be back in the Cowboys’ line-up as soon as this weekend, even though it is a very painful injury. Mike McCarthy, Cowboys’ head coach, said that Pollard would be back in practice this Wednesday.

Pollard, when healthy, gives the Cowboys’ ground play a different pace. This season, he has 602 rushing yardage and two touchdowns from 107 carries.

Pollard is a skilled runner and has shown that he is able to make a difference in the passing game. This Memphis product had 31 catches and 259 yards in 12 games.

The Cowboys will be without Pollard this Sunday due to his injury. Ezekiel Elliott or Corey Clement will take over the majority of the carries.

Later this week, Pollard’s status will be revealed for the Cowboys’ game against the Giants.

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