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Sport Cowboys lose four-time All-Pro offensive guard Zack Martin in latest injury hit to offense

07:15  20 october  2020
07:15  20 october  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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Dallas Cowboys offensive guard Zack Martin (70) warms up Zack Martin exited in the second quarter of Saturday night's preseason game against Cincinnati with an apparent knee injury . The Cowboys ' All - Pro guard took a hit to the knee from Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick, who went

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ARLINGTON, Texas — For the first time this season, the Cowboys started the same five offensive linemen in two consecutive games.

“It’s about continuity and consistency,” head coach Mike McCarthy said Monday night before kicking off against the Cardinals.

A substitution was required before the end of the first quarter.

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Four-time All-Pro right guard Zack Martin was evaluated for a shoulder stinger in the first quarter, then cleared to return to the Cowboys bench among fellow linemen and quarterback Andy Dalton.

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Dallas Cowboys right guard Zack Martin is currently fifth among right guard salary-cap value, but Rapoport adds the imminent deal will make Martin the highest-paid guard with the largest Martin , who has been named to three Pro Bowls since entering the league in 2014, enters the final year of his

Martin suffered a hyperextended and bruised left knee in the first half of the Cowboys ' preseason game against "I don't really want to go an extended period of time without being out there," Martin said. Pro Bowl left tackle Tyron Smith is not practicing Tuesday as he deals with a hamstring strain.

a football player on a field: Dallas Cowboys offensive guard Zack Martin (70) runs a play during an NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons, Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020, in Arlington, Texas. © Brandon Wade, AP Dallas Cowboys offensive guard Zack Martin (70) runs a play during an NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons, Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020, in Arlington, Texas.

Martin returned for the Cowboys’ third series of the game but lasted just one play. Doubled over on his hands and knees, Martin was evaluated by medical staff, with whom he then walked off.

Martin, after grabbing a mask, entered the blue medical tent for a cognitive evaluation. He was then evaluated on a stationary bicycle on the sideline before he left for the locker room with Dr. Robert Fowler, who oversees Cowboys’ concussion evaluations, and an unaffiliated neurological consultant.

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All - Pro guard Zack Martin , who has missed all of the preseason with a back injury , was the only He chose not to report to training camp in late July and has been away from the team for 40 days The Cowboys have moved rookie offensive lineman Connor McGovern to injured reserve and signed

In the second half, he was ruled out for the remainder of the game with a concussion. Martin will be in the NFL's concussion protocol as the team moves on from Monday's 38-10 loss and prepares for Sunday's game against Washington, the Cowboys announced.

Martin was the latest casualty to a line that’s suffered many in 2020.

McCarthy was hired in Dallas in January with a formidable roster at offensive line. Since then, five-time Pro Bowl center Travis Frederick retired in March. Right tackle La’el Collins, who’s started 61 games since 2015, underwent hip surgery that wiped out his whole season. Seven-time Pro Bowl left tackle Tyron Smith, after playing Weeks 1 and 4, underwent season-ending neck surgery. Center Joe Looney missed his second straight game Monday with a knee injury suffered the first snap of Week 4. Offensive tackle Cameron Erving was placed on injured reserve after Week 1.

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Zack is an offensive guard for the Dallas Cowboys . He played college football at Notre Dame and was drafted 16th overall by the Cowboys in the first round

Martin has become a generational player, already one of the best guards in NFL history. He has made six consecutive Pro Bowls and is a four - time He could challenge the 11 Pro Bowls and six All - Pro honors that Hall of Famer Larry Allen had with the Cowboys . Martin is only 29, so it’s not out of the

“Unfortunately our team has kind of been bit by [the injury bug],” Martin had said days earlier. “But I think guys have stepped up and have done a great job of preparing, even though they may not been be in this week, but the next week they step up.

“It’s just another eye-opener for those guys that are in backup roles that they still need to prepare the right way just in case something happens."

The Cowboys replaced Martin with 2018 third-round draft select Connor McGovern, who brought just two snaps of NFL experience to this contest. McGovern joined a line also now featuring rookie center Tyler Biadasz, undrafted rookie right tackle Terence Steele, undrafted second-year left tackle Brandon Knight and 2018 third-rounder Connor Williams.

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