The Cowboys waited until the final week of the regular season to bring Goodwin back to their active roster. The 28-year-old now rejoins Dallas' secondary just in time for the team's postseason push, and he's expected to serve in a depth role going forward.
Goodwin (forearm) will begin the three-week practice window Wednesday with eyes on potentially rejoining the 53-man roster late in the season, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.
With one available return from IR spot remaining, the Cowboys have decided to take a look at adding some help in the secondary late in the season. If he returns, Goodwin should provide some depth at the position in addition to contributing on special teams.
Goodwin (forearm) was placed on injured reserve Friday, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Goodwin suffered a fractured forearm during Dallas' loss to Washington in Week 7, and will miss the remainder of the 2018 season. The depth cornerback's absence is unlikely to noticeably affect the Cowboys' secondary defense, but could make for an increased in available special teams snaps.
Goodwin fractured his forearm in Sunday's loss to the Redskins and is set to undergo surgery Tuesday, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Goodwin was picked up by the Cowboys prior to Week 6, but failed to take the field. He accumulated one solo tackle in Sunday's outing before injuring his forearm. It is now just a matter of time before the team places him on injured reserve. As a depth corner, his absence is not likely to impact anyone else's playing time.
Goodwin is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Redskins due to a forearm injury, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Goodwin, who signed with the Cowboys less than two weeks ago, exited Sunday's game during the fourth quarter. Expect an update on the depth cornerback's health after the Week 7 contest if he's unable to retake the field.