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Top Cowboys News

  • Cowboys' Dak Prescott: Set to visit doctor Tuesday

    Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said Monday that Prescott (thumb) will meet with a doctor Tuesday, and the team will formulate a plan following the appointment, Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    Prescott is reportedly eyeing a Week 5 return, per Adam Schefter of ESPN.com, but the team will have to wait until Tuesday's appointment to get clarity on his potential return timetable. The quarterback began throwing last week after he had the stitches from his surgery removed, but McCarthy said he wants to see the quarterback put together a full week of practices before throwing him into game action, per Todd Archer of ESPN.com. If Prescott is able to return for Week 5, he's expected to have his full bevy of weapons available after Michael Gallup made his season debut in Week 4.

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  • Cowboys' Noah Brown: Should practice ahead of Week 5

    Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said Monday that Brown should practice ahead of Week 5 after leaving Sunday's win over the Commanders due to a neck injury, Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    Brown caught three of six targets for 61 yards before leaving the contest with a neck issue, but McCarthy said he got a "good report" and expects Brown to be okay heading into the team's Week 5 matchup against the Rams. Michael Gallup (knee) made his season debut, but he didn't significantly impact Brown's production. Through four games, fifth-year wideout has caught 18 of 27 targets for 274 yards and one touchdown. Despite McCarthy's comments, fantasy managers should still monitor Brown's practice statuses throughout the week to make sure he's still on track to play against Los Angeles.

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  • Cowboys' Quinton Bohanna: Minor sprain

    Bohanna is believed to have suffered a minor shoulder sprain in Sunday's 25-10 win over the Commanders, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    Bohanna left the contest early and recorded two tackles before exiting. Gehlken notes in his tweet that Bohanna should not miss extensive time. However, that likely leaves him at least questionable for Week 5 against the Rams.

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  • Cowboys' Tony Pollard: Struggles from scrimmage

    Pollard ran for six yards on eight carries in a win against Washington on Sunday and caught one pass for two yards on three targets.

    The Washington defense prioritized shutting down the Dallas ground game in this one, so Pollard, and to a lesser extent, Ezekiel Elliott (49 yards on 19 carries) struggled to get any traction with their touches Sunday. A Week 5 matchup against the Rams isn't an obvious source of encouragement for Pollard as he looks to bounce back, but this box score should prove an anomaly going forward.

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  • Cowboys' Michael Gallup: Scores in 2022 debut

    Gallup caught two passes for 24 yards and one touchdown on three targets against Washington on Sunday.

    Gallup's target count was a bit disappointing, but he didn't seem especially limited as he made his 2022 debut following his 2021 season-ending ACL tear. A more likely reason for Gallup's limited usage would simply be the fact that quarterback Cooper Rush, though he played well overall Sunday, doesn't have the arm to make the most of Gallup's downfield skill set. If Dak Prescott (thumb) can return to full strength soon, that would probably help Gallup generate a bit more momentum.

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  • Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott: Good volume but mediocre returns

    Elliott ran for 49 yards on 19 carries while catching two passes for 32 yards on two targets in a win over Washington on Sunday.

    The Washington defense showed a lot of respect to the Dallas ground game Sunday, which was unfortunate for Elliott's fantasy investors but played a big role in why Cooper Rush was able to produce efficiently as a passer in the 25-10 win. Washington succeeded in its attempt to sell out against the run, but the fact it still lost shows Elliott did his part in the win. Tony Pollard was similarly held to six yards on eight carries. Unfortunately for Elliott, he gets a potentially tough Week 5 matchup against the Rams.

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  • Cowboys' Cooper Rush: Another solid showing

    Rush completed 15 of 27 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns against Washington on Sunday. He also rushed twice for seven yards.

    While Rush's modest pass attempt volume is reflective of his game-manager limitations, he continues to play very clean football and makes the throws he needs to. CeeDee Lamb (six catches for 97 yards and one touchdown on eight targets) was highly effective, and Rush conducted two of Dallas' biggest plays in the game with a 45-yard pass to Noah Brown and a nine-yard touchdown to Michael Gallup. Although Dak Prescott (thumb) might return in Week 5, at the very least Rush has shown the Dallas offense can remain functional under his leadership.

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  • Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb: Strong production again

    Lamb caught six passes for 97 yards and one touchdown on eight targets in a loss to Washington on Sunday.

    Lamb has seemed locked in since his brutal dropped pass in Week 3, both in that game and in this strong Week 4 showing. Although Washington's pass defense is among the league's weakest, it's still reassuring to see Lamb post this clean box score with his backup quarterback, especially after a slow start to the season. Lamb will need to keep playing well to maintain his momentum against the Rams in Week 5 -- a matchup where hopefully he can avoid the coverage of Jalen Ramsey as much as possible.

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  • Cowboys' Noah Brown: Hurts neck Sunday

    Brown injured his neck during Sunday's 25-10 win against the Commanders, Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    During the fourth quarter, Brown ran to the sideline, seemingly favoring his left arm, but he eventually was deemed questionable to return due to a neck issue. He was unable to retake the field, ending his day with three catches (on six targets) for 61 yards. Michael Gallup (knee) was back in the lineup Sunday and figures to earn more work as he gets his feet under him, which could hinder Brown's potential moving forward. First, though, Brown may have some practice limitations this week as the Cowboys prepare for next Sunday's visit to the Rams.

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  • Cowboys' Quinton Bohanna: Exits early

    Bohanna (shoulder) has left Sunday's game against the Commanders early, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    Bohanna's exit will hurt the depth of the Cowboys' defensive line. He had recorded two tackles before suffering the injury, and is questionable to return.

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  • Cowboys' Jourdan Lewis: Won't return Sunday

    Lewis (groin) is ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Commanders, Jane Slater of NFL Network reports.

    Lewis appears to have suffered this issue during pregame warmups, leaving Daron Bland to step in as the Cowboys' nickel corner Sunday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. While the exact nature and severity of this injury are still unclear, the veteran will have a full week to return before Dallas' next game against the Rams.

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  • Cowboys' Jourdan Lewis: Forced out Sunday

    Lewis (groin) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Commanders, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    Lewis exited after sustaining a groin injury during the first quarter against Washington. With the 27-year-old sidelined for the time being, C.J. Goodwin and Kelvin Joseph will step up as the Cowboys' next best options at nickel corner.

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  • Cowboys' Connor McGovern: Will play Sunday

    McGovern (ankle) is active Sunday against the Commanders, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    McGovern has been out since Week 1 when he suffered a high-ankle sprain. He should resume his role of starting at left guard against Washington now that he's healthy enough to play.

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  • Cowboys' Jayron Kearse: Out Sunday

    Kearse (knee) is inactive Sunday against the Commanders, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    Kearse suffered a sprained MCL in Week 1 and hasn't played since. This was the first week he was able to practice and wasn't ruled out days in advance, so he appears to be trending in the right direction. He'll try to return in Week 5 against the Rams.

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  • Cowboys' Jalen Tolbert: Sitting again Sunday

    Tolbert (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game versus the Commanders, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    For the third time in four games to begin his career, Tolbert will be a healthy scratch for the Cowboys. It's not a surprise with Michael Gallup back in the lineup for the first time since tearing his ACL back on Jan. 2, and Tolbert now be in danger of being a regular inactive for the team without an injury elsewhere in Dallas' receiving corps.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 104.0
(19th)
217.8
(24th)
312.8
(26th)
Def. 137.5
(27th)
194.3
(6th)
308.5
(7th)

Injuries

Player Injury
D. Prescott QB Dak Prescott QB Thumb
N. Brown WR Noah Brown WR Neck
J. Kearse SS Jayron Kearse SS Knee - MCL
J. Sprinkle TE Jeremy Sprinkle TE Achilles
J. Lewis CB Jourdan Lewis CB Groin

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