Photo Shows What Dak Prescott’s Hand Scar Looks Like

Dak Prescott is medically cleared to play and will make his return to the Dallas Cowboys’ starting line-up on Sunday.

After being injured in Week 1, Prescott underwent thumb surgery to his throwing hand. He was expecting it to take between 4 and 6 weeks.

Jane Slater, a reporter for NFL Network, said that Prescott threw ” about forty passes” today at practice. After practice, Prescott spoke to the media and Slater was in a position to take a photo of the scar on his right side.

It looks like it has healed well.

In Prescott’s absence, backup Cooper Rush did a great job and the Cowboys went 4-1 in Rush’s starts. Dallas is currently at 4-2 in six weeks. They are one game behind New York Giants in NFC East, and two behind undefeated division-leading Philadelphia Eagles.

Prescott will be making his return against the 1-4 Detroit Lions on Sunday afternoon. Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET.

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