Report: Initial Exam Shows offensive lineman Tyron Smith suffers severe injury

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Todd Archer and ESPN’s Todd Archer, the Dallas Cowboys won’t have All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith for several months. According to sources, Smith injured his left hamstring during Wednesday’s practice.

The initial examination of Tyron Smith’s injury to his knee showed no damage to his ACL . However, the Cowboys are still concerned about a hamstring strain. Smith was able to walk off the practice field after sustaining a non-contact injury in his knee. Smith walked off the field by his own strength, but will be out of action for an indefinite time.

Sources also confirmed to reporters that Smith will be subject to further tests on Thursday to determine the extent of the injury.

This former USC Trojan was just recovering from an ankle injury he sustained during a joint practice against the Denver Broncos.

Although Tyron Smith has been a eight-time Pro Bowl selection, he has suffered many injuries over the course of his career. Since 2015, he hasn’t played in a full season. Since 2015, he has suffered a variety of injuries to his knees, ankles, neck, elbows. Due to neck surgery, he missed 14 games in 2020 and six last season because of an ankle injury and COVID.

The Cowboys will continue to bring in former Tulsa offensive linesman Tyler Smith. Smith was the No. 24th overall pick in 2022 NFL Draft.

Tyler Smith was viewed by most as a second-round prospect going into draft weekend. However, that didn’t stop Tyler Smith from being taken in Round 1 by the Cowboys. There was a lot of surprise and criticism about the pick throughout the NFL ranks.

Smith will likely need some time to develop and realize his full potential. However, the Cowboys are enamored with the high-end upside. Smith has been able to play both guard and tackle, which gives him some versatility on the offensive side.

With the Pro Bowl lineman out, the Cowboys will be looking to him to take on a significant role.

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