Wilson (shoulder) has returned to Dallas to undergo surgery that will keep him sidelined for the remainder of the season, David Moore of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Wilson, the Cowboys' sixth round draft pick, suffered a subluxation of his shoulder during the beginning of training camp. He was subsequently placed on injured reserve and will be forced to wait until 2019 to kick off his NFL career.
Wilson suffered a subluxation of his shoulder during Saturday's practice and will require surgery to address the injury. The recovery timetable for such a procedure isn't clear, but because he was placed on IR before Week 1, he isn't eligible to return at any point during his rookie campaign.
Wilson (shoulder) is believed to have torn his labrum and will undergo more tests to determine the next course of action, Ian Rapaport of NFL Network reports.
Wilson was initially expected to miss several days of practice, but it now appears he will out much longer. Look for Marchie Murdock and Lance Lenoir, among others, to receive additional reps while Wilson is out.
Wilson (shoulder) is still undergoing tests and is expected to miss several days of practice, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Wilson suffered the injury during practice Saturday, and while there's yet to be an official diagnosis, it looks like the team is going to be cautious with the sixth-round pick. Expect an update on Wilson to come later in the week after testing is complete.