Dallas Cowboys: Surgery on Dak Prescott likely to be successful

After injuring his thumb, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott had to undergo surgery on his throwing hand. The surgery is said to have been successful.

Munich – The start of the season for the Dallas Cowboys was more than unfortunate. In a 19-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccanneers, quarterback Dak Prescott injured the thumb on his throwing hand and will miss several weeks.

“NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport reported on Twitter that Prescott underwent successful surgery to stabilise the broken thumb.

Rapoport is referring to an unidentified source for his information.

It is currently unknown how long Prescott will ultimately be out of action. Multiple sources told “ESPN” that the 29-year-old will be out for six to eight weeks for the Cowboys.

On Sunday, backup quarterback Cooper Rush took over for the time being. However, it’s not out of the question that the Cowboys are exploring the market because of Prescott’s lengthy layoff. A trade for Jimmy Garoppolo, for example, could be an option.

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