Report: MRI results on Demarcus Lawrence show no cause for worry
The MRI results are in on Dallas Cowboys defensive end Demarcus Lawrence, and the team has reportedly dodged a bullet.
Their leading sack artist from 2015 had only been back on the field for one full game post-suspension, and now he was leaving the field voluntarily to be evaluated by the medical staff. Lawrence had an MRI on Monday to determine if there was any damage to his arm/hand, and the results have the team grinning from ear to ear.
MRI for DE DeMarcus Lawrence was positive. Cowboys are confident he will be ready for Philadelphia game to end the month.— David Moore (@DavidMooreDMN) October 18, 2016
Lawrence would finish with 29 snaps, an increase over the 19 in his Week 5 return.
And now the Cowboys can use the bye week to get him completely ramped back up to face the rival Eagles on Oct. 30.
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