Unbelievable!! a Star Cowboy’s player just announce resignation from the team today’.See Why; 

Unbelievable!! a Star Cowboy’s player just announce resignation from the team today’. See Why;

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott’s once suffered a gruesome compound fracture to his ankle on turf at the Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium.

That’s part of the reason he’s in line with the NFL Players Association’s call to make grass mandatory on NFL fields.

“Yeah, I’m 100 percent a grass guy… my injury plays a huge part in that,” Prescott told reporters Thursday, per NBC Sports’ Michael David Smith and ESPN’s Ed Werder. “How physical this game is, the way guys are getting tackled, it’s a whole lot safer, in my opinion, on grass than turf.”

Prescott continued, “That’s hard on our bodies. This is a billion-dollar business and you want the best product on the field

The NFLPA’s campaign follows the season-ending Achilles tendon tear suffered by New York Jets Aaron Rodgers in his season debut.

Footage of Rodgers’ injury showed the calf of his left leg, which was planted in the artificial turf at MetLife Stadium, rippling as the tendon ruptured. New, “softer” turf had been installed at the stadium earlier this year.

Before making his Jets debut, Rodgers, like Prescott, described himself as a “fan of grass,” per ESPN’s Jordan Raanan and Rich Cimini.

It remains to be seen if these player opinions and the NFLPA’s advocacy will be enough to drive change on the 15 NFL stadiums using turf.

SF vs KC

Dak Prescott was unable to finish a full game the last time the Dallas Cowboys were on the field. He ended the game sitting on the sideline as Cooper Rush took the final offensive snaps. Heading into a much kinder game this weekend, it’s worth noting if Prescott is injured or dealing with anything.

Dak Prescott has no injuries to report at the moment. He does not have a designation ahead of the Cowboys’ next game. His practice habits have been normal as well. There’s nothing to report on this front.

The reason he was not in the game at the end was not because of an injury, though he did suffer a lot of big hits from San Francisco 49ers defenders. He was sacked a few times and hit some more.

Nevertheless, it was a performance issue, not a health issue. The Cowboys offense could not muster anything. CeeDee Lamb was shut down. Tony Pollard was ineffective. Prescott was bad, and he wasn’t needed in the waning portion of a 42-10 blowout.

Cooper Rush relieved him, and it’s a wonder it didn’t happen sooner. Regardless of his poor play, he’s in fine health and is not expected to be removed from the starting lineup.

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