Dak Prescott Shares Encouraging Offseason Injury News

After a successful comeback, Dak Prescott had to have surgery on his left shoulder in February. He made Dallas Cowboys fans feel at ease by promising a follow-up on Monday.

The quarterback made a public appearance at Walk-On’s Las Colinas restaurant and gave a positive update.

Jon Machota of The Athletic reported that Prescott is throwing “a few times per week” but anticipates a free offseason.

Prescott returned from a serious ankle injury that ended his season in 2020 and posted 4,449 yards passing yards and a record-setting 37 passing touchdowns. According to ESPN.com’s Todd Archer the Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy referred to the non-throwing shoulder injury as an “irritant” for his quarterback during the season.

Prescott is on the right track to make a full recovery. However, he will return to an offense in 2022.

To save money, the Cowboys signed Dalton Schultz and Michael Gallup again. However, Amari Cooper, a wide receiver, and La’el Collins, an offensive tackle were released. The Miami Dolphins also signed Cedrick Wilson Jr. wideout.

These changes were addressed by the quarterback, who said that he is waiting to see what the final roster looks like.

Prescott stated, “Things change, things happen,” and that he believes it will soon be up to the same standard. It’s obvious that things aren’t over. The draft is still not complete, free agency isn’t over, and there are many more rosters to be completed.”

The expectations are high for the NFC East champions who finished 12-5 last season, before losing the opening round to the San Francisco 49ers. To improve on that result in 2022, Prescott must be healthy.


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