Stephen Jones Shares Major Update On Cowboys LT Tyron Smith

Soon, the Dallas Cowboys offense may return to its full strength.

Due to an injury to his ankle, left tackle Tyron Smith has been absent from the lineup for several weeks. As a result, the Cowboys had to shuffle their offensive line.

In Smith’s absence, Terence Steele has taken over the left tackle position. La’el Collins will take over the left tackle spot. The Cowboys might be able to reshuffle the offensive line and return to their original rotation starting this Sunday.

On Monday, Stephen Jones , chief operating officer of the Cowboys, stated on 105.3 The Fan that Smith could be back against the Chiefs.

Jones stated that he thinks he has a chance. Jones spoke on Monday’s 105.3 The Fan via Pro Football Talk. “Injury-wise I think we made it out of (Sunday’s game OK). We’ll see. We’re currently looking at a few men and will see which one. You’re going to have some issues to deal with after you play in an NFL football game. Although I am sure our guys will, at this moment we don’t believe we lost anyone who can’t play against Chiefs. Tyron will also be added to our list of players who are able to step in and play, which I believe is a good thing.”

Tyron Smith is one the most skilled tackles in the NFL. The Cowboys would love for Smith to return against Chiefs.

The Cowboys performed admirably in Sunday’s 43-3 victory over the Falcons. Think about what the Dallas offense can do with Smith back on the football.

This Sunday, the Cowboys face off against the Kansas City Chiefs.

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