Cowboys Wide Receiver Has Been Placed On Injured Reserve

The Dallas Cowboys can’t seem catch a break at wide receiver this season.

On Thursday, the Cowboys placed Noah Brown, a wideout for the team on the injured reserve. The fourth-year wideout will miss the next three games due to a groin injury.

Brown played in 11 Cowboys games this season. He caught 16 passes for 184 yards.

After Brown’s injury reserve, the Cowboys now have an open spot on their active roster.

Amari Cooper should be at least 100 percent for the Cowboys’ game against the Washington Football Team on Sunday. The Cowboys offense remains one of the most dangerous in the NFL, as long as CeeDee and Cooper are both healthy.

Mike McCarthy has guaranteed that his Cowboys will defeat Washington in order to win seperation in the NFC East on Sunday.

McCarthy stated, via “We’re going win this game.” “I am confident in that. McCarthy stated, “I mean, what is McCarthy supposed to say?” “Yeah. I expect to win every single game I have ever played in. This is what sports are all about. This is what the NFL [is all] about. I know how difficult it can be. They are working hard. They are working hard. We are working hard. That’s unambiguous.”

Washington will be facing the Cowboys on Sunday at 1 pm. ET.

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