Swaim (foot) returned to practice Monday, Bryan Broaddus of the team's official site reports.
Swaim's foot injury seems to be a thing of the past now following his return to the practice field. Although still listed as the third tight end on the team's depth chart, Swaim appears to be in a strong candidate for a special teams role.
Swaim (foot) is limited at the start of training camp, Drew Davison of the Star-Telegram reports.
Swaim spent the offseason recovering from a season-ending pectoral tear as well as a stress fracture in his right foot, which required surgery in March. While his pectoral has recovered, Swaim may still be hampered by the foot. Don't be surprised if the Cowboys take it easy on him throughout the entirety of training camp.
Swaim (foot) is unlikely to return to team activities until training camp, Todd Archer of ESPN reports.
Both Swaim and fellow tight end James Hanna are not expected to participate in organized team activities or June's minicamp as they continue to recover from injuries. The plan is for Swaim to return for the start of training camp in July, barring any setbacks.
Swaim underwent surgery on his foot and is likely out until training camp, Todd Archer of ESPN reports.
Swaim had a screw inserted into his right foot because of an injury suffered during informal workouts. He will likely be held out until the Cowboys head for training camp in late July. Swaim is mostly a blocking tight end for Dallas, as he caught a mere six passes for 69 yards during the 2016 season.
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