Amari Cooper is now in complete flux for Thursday Night Football after missing two games because he tested positive for COVID.
The Dallas Cowboys welcomed back Amari Cooper, but that doesn’t mean all is well for the star wide receiver. There’s a possibility he could miss his third consecutive game.
Mike McCarthy, head coach, said that Cooper is not yet back at 100 percent. He also feels a bit sick. It’s not known if Cooper will be able to play on Thursday against the Saints.
Cowboys have had a difficult month. There has been an increase in injuries and men testing positive for COVID. McCarthy has been ruled out of the Saints contest by his positive test. Due to his concussion, CeeDee Lamb also missed the Thanksgiving loss against the Raiders.
Cooper might miss another contest. What will happen next? It is good news for Dallas: Lamb will be ready to face New Orleans, and Ezekiel Elliot’s knee injury will not affect him.
Everyone has seen how much Cooper has been missed in back-to-back defeats to Kansas City, Las Vegas and Kansas City. Although they were the favorites to beat the Raiders in the end, Derek Carr and his team were able to win the game.
Dallas has no excuses this week against a New Orleans team who’s willing to send out Taysom Hill as their signal-caller to kick off the game. Jerry Jones and his team will be very disappointed if Cooper is unable to attend.