Cowboys wide receiver to miss this week’s practices and season-opener vs. Tampa Bay

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver , is still recovering from the ACL tear that he sustained right after New Years. Michael Gehlken, Cowboys reporter, reported that he will miss the entire week of practice in preparation for his season-opener against Tampa Bay. He’ll also be missing the game.

Here is Gehlken’s update about Gallup, that he tweeted.

“Cowboys WR Michael Gallup will not practice this week and won’t play Sunday vs. Buccaneers while he continues his rehabilitation after the Jan. 2 ACL torn.

Gehlken also included Mike McCarthy’s update about Gallup: “He met every target to date. He looks great.”

Gallup is expected to make a strong Week 2 return, and he should be able to enjoy his best season yet if he stays healthy. Gallup and CeeDee Lamb, Amari Cooper’s leading receiver for the Dallas Cowboys, have been traded to Cleveland. This will allow them to make big strides in the offense as Dak Preston’s primary pass catchers.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones provided a positive update about his injured wide receiver Michael Gallup during a recent appearance at 105.3 The FAN. Gallup will not be playing for the Cowboys in the Cowboys’ Week 1 matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

He’d be playing if (Week 1) were the Super Bowl. Jones stated that Jones is ready to play.

This is a good sign for the Cowboys who lost Gallup last week to the Arizona Cardinals in their week 17 matchup. Gallup had ruptured his ACL while catching a touchdown pass. Gallup had surgery in February to repair his ACL. The status of Gallup’s return is still uncertain.

Jones suggests that Gallup might be back if there were greater stakes, but Jones will soon be on the Cowboys’ field. It would be huge for Dallas as they will be relying on CeeDee lamb, and rookie JalenTolbert to handle most of the pass-catching duties up until Gallup returns.

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