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Cowboys' Sean McKeon: Makes first two grabs of NFL career
McKeon caught both his targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 43-3 win over the Falcons.
With Blake Jarwin (hip) on injured reserve, McKeon has slid into the No. 2 tight end role for Dallas, and Sunday's receptions were the first of his career. The second-year player will retain a bit part in a potent Cowboys offense until Jarwin gets healthy, making McKeon a potential deep league dart throw Week 11 against Kansas City.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Sean McKeon: Two targets in Sunday's loss
McKeon failed to catch either of his targets in Sunday's 30-16 loss to the Broncos.
With Blake Jarwin (hip) sidelined, McKeon moved into the No. 2 role at tight end for the Cowboys and saw his first two targets of the season, but he wasn't able to bring in either one. Dalton Schultz will remain the clear No. 1 at the position for Dallas, but McKeon could stumble into some deep-league fantasy value while Jarwin is out.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Sean McKeon: Activated from IR
McKeon (anke) was activated from IR on Wednesday, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports.
McKeon was injured in a preseason game against the Cardinals and was placed on IR on Sept. 3. The second-year pro played 14 games last season with the Cowboys -- primarily on special teams -- and never made a reception. His return comes at an opportune time since backup tight end Blake Jarwin (hip) is questionable for the Cowboys' Week 9 contest against the Broncos.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Sean McKeon: Practice window begins
The Cowboys have designated McKeon (ankle) to return from IR, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Dallas will have 21 days to evaluate McKeon at practice and make a decision on whether to bring him back to the active roster. As a rookie last season, McKeon appeared in 14 games but failed to draw a single target.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Sean McKeon: Won't come off IR this week
The Cowboys won't activate McKeon (ankle) from the short-term injured reserve this week, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
McKeon has been sidelined for three weeks, so he's eligible to return from IR at any point. However, his ankle doesn't appear ready yet. The second-year pro appeared in 14 games for the Cowboys during his rookie campaign.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Sean McKeon: Placed on IR
The Cowboys moved McKeon (ankle) to injured reserve Thursday, Rob Phillips of the team's official site reports.
McKeon will be eligible to come off IR as early as Week 4 against the Panthers, as long as he's recovered from his ankle injury by then. The second-year pro appeared in 14 games with the Cowboys as a rookie last season.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Sean McKeon: Goes down with ankle sprain
McKeon left Friday's game against the Cardinals with a high-ankle sprain, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
When McKeon left the game Friday in a cart it was a sight that had many fearing the worst. With it now being diagnosed as an high-ankle sprain, a recovery time of four to six weeks should be expected. The second-year tight end was putting together a good training camp and might still have a chance to make the 53-man roster despite the injury.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Sean McKeon: Suffers ankle injury
McKeon exited Friday's preseason game against the Cardinals due to an ankle injury, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
McKeon was impressing early in training camp and was putting together a strong case for a spot on the 53-man roster. The 23-year-old hauled in two of his four targets for 26 yards in last week's Hall of Fame Game against the Steelers before he secured his lone target for eight yards early in Friday's matchup. McKeon required a cart to get to the locker room after he left the game in the second quarter, and it's not yet clear how much time he'll miss due to the injury.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Sean McKeon: Slated for increased playing time
Cowboys VP Stephen Jones said McKeon will need to step up following news that Blake Jarwin tore his ACL in Sunday's loss to the Rams, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports.
Jones also admitted that the team would check out the tight end market to find a potential replacement for Jarwin. Nevertheless, Dalton Schultz figures to be the main beneficiary while McKeon and Blake Bell rotate in. McKeon -- an undrafted rookie out of Michigan -- was a healthy scratch in the season opener, and he'll likely stick to a run-blocking role if he gets the call.... See More ... See Less
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