Dak Prescott Full recovery Another Dallas Cowboys star is fighting a health problem, despite an injury at the end of last season. Amari Cooper was unable to attend this week’s mini camp and may not be able to attend at the start of the training camp.
Cooper has no serious injuries, but he has been dealing with ankle inflammation for about two weeks. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL NetworkCooper may not run for a few more weeks, as Lapoport reports that the only cure is rest.
“When it comes to Amari, Amari is still training her ankles,” Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy said at a news conference. “He will not participate in the rest of the mini camp. I hope he is ready for the training camp.”
From @NFLTotalAccess:: #Cowboys WR Amari Cooper may not be ready for a training camp because he is resting hoping that his ankle inflammation will subside. # Falcons WR Calvin Ridley underwent minor foot surgery. pic.twitter.com/NYEfRvAXHs
— Ian Rapaport (@RapSheet) June 9, 2021
The NFL has announced a pre-season schedule for 2021. pic.twitter.com/YFLPIFv0Wn
— Ian Rapaport (@RapSheet) June 10, 2021
Cowboys training camp start July 27th. Dallas will face the Pittsburgh Steelers in a Hall of Fame game a week later on August 5th. With the introduction of the new 17-game regular season, only the Cowboys and Steelers will have four exhibition contests.
The entire NFL 2021 preseason schedule was released on Thursday. Dallas will visit Arizona Cardinals on Friday, August 13th at 10 pm EST. In the second week of the preseason, the Cowboys will host the Houston Texans on Saturday, August 21, at 8 pm EST. The final pre-season match in Dallas will be against the Jacksonville Jaguars at AT & T Stadium on Sunday, August 29, at 1:00 pm EST.
The first week of the regular season Cowboy to visit Defending Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday, September 9th.
Dallas, with its healthy roster, is popular in the NFC East. Prescott led the NFL’s # 1 attack in 2019, when he last played the full season. Cooper recorded two consecutive 1,110-yard seasons, despite being forced to receive passes from several backup Cowboys quarterbacks in 2020.
Dallas has missed the playoffs for the first time since 2013 for the second consecutive year.
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