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Cowboys Lose Pass-Catcher, Sign Massive Defender

The Dallas Cowboys made three roster moves on the eve before their game against Denver Broncos. According to Cowboys’ website, tight end Blake Jarwin was put on injured reserve Saturday while linebacker Francis Bernard was activated via IR, and defensive tackle Justin Hamilton promoted from the practice team.

Wide receiver Michael Gallup was also not activated by the team. He has been out since the first game of the season due to calf strain. Gallup was due to return in October. Although Gallup is only 25 and still participating in practice, Mike McCarthy seems to be slowing down when he introduces him to the lineup along with CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper. McCarthy stated that McCarthy wanted to see McCarthy go through a week, then assess it. 4 via the official team website. “Last week I thought he had an amazing week..” We’ll watch and see how it goes. We don’t know where he is right now. 

Gallup’s absence from the game is noteworthy, as Lamb (ankle), Cooper (hamstring), and Lamb (ankle), are both recovering from lower-body injuries. Both wideouts will play in Week 9, despite being listed as doubtful on the final injury report. Cedrick Wilson will continue to be the No. Cedrick Wilson will remain the No.

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You are welcome! Jarwin is expected to return in this season

Jarwin missed almost all of last season because of a torn ACL. Now, he will have to miss at least three games as a result. According to Michael Gehlken, the Dallas Morning News, Jarwin is expected to return to play this season. “Cowboys’ TE Blake Jarwin was injured on Sunday by a hit from Vikings S Harrison Smith,” Gehlken tweeted Saturday. He also included video of the play. After undergoing an MRI this weekend, he’ll be back in 2021. He will also miss at least three games. 

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Cowboys TE Blake Jarwin was injured in his hip by a hit from Vikings’ S Harrison Smith during the first quarter. After undergoing an MRI, he’ll be back in 2021. He will be on injured reserve and miss at most three games. — Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) November 6, 2021

Jarwin, 27 years old, had fallen to fourth place in pass-catching, behind Lamb, Cooper, and Dalton Schultz. Jarwin was quarterback Dak Prescott’s preferred safety net. Jarwin’s seven games have seen him gain 90 yards and score two touchdowns on ten receptions compared to Schultz, who has a 33-370-3-3 line. Jeremy Sprinkle, Sean McKeon and Sean McKeon (a buzzed about 2020 undrafted-free agent who was activated earlier this week from IR) will be supporting Schultz against Denver. McKeon, who suffered a high-ankle strain during the preseason, has not played in 2021.

 

“When rotating in 12 personnel, starting Sunday.vs., this trio is well-suited for imposing physicality in the running game,” Gehlken noted.

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Other Roster Modifications

Hamilton’s promotion to the 53rd taxi squad is familiar territory for the sixth year vet who was promoted four times this season. He was 6-foot-2 and 315 pounds, but he had three combined tackles, one QB hit, and one quarterback hit in last week’s win over Minnesota. Sources claim that Justin Hamilton, NT, was signed by the Cowboys to the 53-man roster. He was well deserving of it. Hamilton was a force against last Sunday. Hamilton was called for holding consecutive snaps during his night.

Francis, a former UDFA second-year player who was highly praised as a rookie for his 13 games played. He’s been off the field since he injured his hamstring in training camp, late July.

The Utah product, if he plays, will be a valuable addition to the special team unit. He could also fill in for Leighton VanderEsch and LBs Micah Parsons against the Broncos. Bernard played just seven defensive snaps last season under Mike Nolan as coordinator.

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