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Sport Cowboys' Demarcus Lawrence has broken foot, out multiple weeks

09:10  16 september  2021
09:10  16 september  2021 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Demarcus Lawrence has broken his foot , Ian Rapoport reports. How much does this hurt Dallas? NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported early Wednesday that tests confirmed Lawrence 's injury, and the pass rusher will need surgery to set it, per a source who has spoken to the player. Lawrence 's recovery time is eight to 12 weeks , per Rapoport, which knocks him out for at least the first month of the season.

The Dallas Cowboys could have a problem in the trenches against the Chargers after DE DeMarcus Lawrence suffered a foot injury in practice. It’s time for Cowboys fans to cross their fingers that DeMarcus Lawrence will be able to play on Sunday. The star defensive end is suddenly in doubt for the America’s Team will be on the road in Los Angeles and could go up against one of the best young quarterbacks in the league without two of their most important defensive linemen. That’s not a good position to be in at all. Since Lawrence and Gregory haven’t been ruled out completely, it’ll be a long

The Dallas Cowboys already weren't sure if defensive end Randy Gregory would be able to play in this Sunday's matchup at the Los Angeles Chargers after he reportedly tested positive for COVID-19.

Demarcus Lawrence in a blue shirt: Demarcus Lawrence suffered a broken foot during Wednesday's practice. © Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports Demarcus Lawrence suffered a broken foot during Wednesday's practice.

Dallas got more bad news on Wednesday.

According to Joe Trahan of WFAA-TV and ESPN's Todd Archer, Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence suffered a broken foot during Wednesday's practice and is set to be out for multiple weeks. Logic suggests Lawrence will soon be placed on injured reserve, which means he'll miss at least the next three games per NFL rules.

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Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence suffered a broken right foot in practice and is expected to be out 8-12 weeks . Lawrence was injured during a drill against left tackle Tyron Smith. “You don't like to see that. You wait and see what it is, but a guy goes down for a little bit, it's not good. But you just have to go on. It's next man up,” Cowboys defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli said.

Source confirms DeMarcus Lawrence had broken foot . 8-10 weeks recovery time. Big blow to defensive line obviously. The Cowboys are trying to improve on one of the league's worst defenses. After parting ways with pass rusher DeMarcus Ware, the team was banking on Lawrence stepping up in his rookie year. Lawrence was one of the best pass rushers in this draft and would be able to play and possibly start early on if the injury isn't too serious.

The Cowboys later confirmed Lawrence broke his foot.

It's unclear if Lawrence, a two-time Pro Bowler, will be ruled out for the remainder of the campaign. He tallied five total tackles and one forced fumble in last Thursday's season-opening loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Previous reports said that Gregory is fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, meaning he could be cleared to return to team activities at any point ahead of the weekend as long as he is asymptomatic and produces two negative virus tests 24 hours apart.


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"If you look at the history, it's been 10 days pretty much everybody we've dealt with in the COVID protocol," Dallas head coach Mike McCarthy said of Gregory. "We'll just see how it goes."

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DeMarcus Lawrence was carted off the field during practice yesterday after being tossed to the ground by Left Tackle Tyron Smith. It initially appeared to be an ankle or foot sprain, but now reports say that Lawrence has a broken foot which will require surgery. He is expected to miss 8-12 weeks , and likely to miss at least the first few weeks of the season. The Cowboys don't play the Redskins until October 27th, Week 8 of the season, so Lawrence should return to the lineup for this game, but he will be losing a lot of time. The Cowboys are only in the 5th day of training camp

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