Lawrence (knee/personal) is not practicing Wednesday for family reasons, Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. Lawrence was also limited during the second half of Sunday's win over the Falcons due to a knee injury, so it'll be worth monitoring his activity when he returns to the team. With Everson Griffen on deck, the Cowboys have a more than competent option available in the event that Lawrence is forced to miss any time.
Lawrence (knee/personal) is not participating in Wednesday's practice, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. Lawrence's knee injury limited his snaps during the second half of Sunday's win over the Falcons, and it looks as though he may currently be trending in the wrong direction for Week 3. The starting defensive end still has two more chances to increase his practice activity before a decision is made about his status, but Everson Griffen would be in line for increased work if Lawrence ends up forced to miss time.
Coach Mike McCarthy said Lawrence is dealing with a knee injury, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. Lawrence was hampered by this injury during this past Sunday's win over the Falcons, spending an unordinary amount of time on the sidelines and finishing with just 37 percent of defensive snaps. He'll be monitored closely during the upcoming practice week, and McCarthy relayed that he'll know more following Wednesday's practice. If he's forced to miss Sunday's game versus Seattle, Everson Griffen is next in line to start at defensive end.
Lawrence saw limited action in the second half of Sunday's wild comeback win over the Falcons due to a knee injury, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. Fifth-round pick Bradlee Anae took most of the snaps in his place. Lawrence was having an active day before getting hurt, recording five tackles, but he's still looking for his first sack of 2020. Expect his status to become clearer once the Cowboys begin preparations for their Week 3 tilt in Seattle.
The Cowboys signed Lawrence to a one-year voidable extension Friday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. The Cowboys converted $15 million of Lawrence's base salary for 2020 into a signing bonus, freeing up $12 million in cap space this year. The move could signal that the Cowboys are exploring the free agent market, or possibly that contract talks with Dak Prescott have progressed. Lawrence and Dallas had agreed to terms on a five-year, $105 million deal this offseason.
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