It’s clear that the Dallas Cowboys have no issues with the defensive side. Dan Quinn’s team could still use some help.
ESPN’s Todd Archer thinks the Cowboys may open Damone Clark’s practice window as soon as Wednesday.
Because of neck surgery, Clark was placed on the non-football injuries list.
After the Cowboys open the Clark practice window, they will have 21 days to decide whether they want to add Clark to their 53-man roster or keep Clark on the nonfootball injury list.
The Cowboys selected Clark in the fifth round this year’s draft.
Look for the Cowboys to open the practice window for rookie LB Damone Clark, who has been on the non-football injury list because of neck surgery, as soon as Wed. Once he starts practice, Cowboys have 21 days before needing to add him to 53-man roster or keep on NFI for season.
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) October 4, 2022
Clark was a star at LSU. He racked up 249 tackles, 23 tackles to loss, 10 sacks and two forced mistakes.
Clark won a national title at LSU and was also awarded All-SEC recognition.
Clark, a versatile linebacker, would be a great addition to the Cowboys’ defense.