Cowboys Wide Receiver Returned To Practice Wednesday

The Dallas Cowboys are getting healthier at the right time and could see their Super Bowl hopes rise.

Jon Machota, Cowboys insider at The Athletic claims that wide receiver Noah Brown was in practice today. Brown has been suffering from a groin injury since Week 13.

Brown was recently added to the Cowboys’ reserve/designated for returning list. Brown can now return to the active roster in 21 days.

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Brown has had his best year yet and has 16 receptions for an impressive 184 yards. This is a career high. These marks rank fifth among wide receivers for the Cowboys.

The Dallas Cowboys currently enjoy a winning streak of four games and have won the NFC East title, their first since 2018. To kick off the postseason, they are set up for a home playoff match.

The Cowboys have the potential to win the ongoing war against attrition because of the number of injuries and COVID-19-related cases that have plagued NFL teams throughout the season.

Dak Prescott, Quarterback, is doing well. Running backs Ezekiel Elliott, Tony Pollard, and the defense have not allowed more than 20 points per month.

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If they can keep their heads in the game for the next month, the Cowboys could be on the brink of something extraordinary.

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