Frederick has been working out with the Cowboys for the better part of the offseason, but this is another step in his recovery from Guillain-Barre Syndrome. This is a good sign that the All-Pro center is on track to be ready for training camp. However, there's still a long time between then and now.
Frederick had surgery on his labrum in January and has been recorvering from Gullain-Barre Syndrome, so he'll likely be eased back into on-field action. The fact that the 2013 first-round pick is healthy enough to suit up in offseason workouts puts him on track to play for Week 1 in 2019.
Frederick (illness) said he feels 95-percent healthy from Gullain-Barre Syndrome and should be ready for the Cowboys' offseason program, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Frederick had surgery on his labrum in January, so he'll likely be eased back into on-field action. This puts the Pro Bowler on pace to be healthy for Week 1 and bolster the Cowboys' offensive line.
Frederick (illness) had surgery on his labrum in the week leading up to the Cowboys' divisional round game against the Rams, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Frederick missed the entire 2018 season after dealing with complications stemming from Guillain-Barre syndrome. Head coach Jason Garrett took the surgery as a positive, noting that the Pro Bowler could potentially make a full recovery in time for next season. If he is unable to return in time for Week 1, Joe Looney is currently in line to continue handling duties at center for Dallas.
Frederick (illness) is "doubtful" to retake the field this season, Jeff Cavanaugh of The Athletic reports.
Frederick is likely to miss the entire 2018 season as he manages his recovery from Guillain-Barre syndrome, an autoimmune disorder with a high amount of variability in terms of a recovery timetable. The Cowboys remain optimistic that the starting center will eventually make a full return to football, but Frederick appears to be looking ahead to 2019.
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