Prescott said Friday that he's 100 percent healthy and hasn't had any soreness in his right shoulder since returning to practice Aug. 25, Jori Epstein of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Prescott originally was scheduled for 7-on-7s in his first practice back with the team, but he ended up participating in 11-on-11s as well. News has remained positive in the week and a half since, including Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reporting Friday that the quarterback will be "full go" for Thursday's season opener at Tampa Bay. The shoulder injury limited Prescott's reps this summer after he completed his rehab from last year's injury, but he'll at least have CeeDee Lamb, Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and Ezekiel Elliott helping him knock off any rust the first few weeks of the season. Right tackle La'el Collins (neck) is the top injury concern for the Dallas offense in Week 1, dealing with stingers the past couple weeks after he missed all of last season with a hip injury.