This means that Dak Prescott will miss the first few games of the 2022 season for the Dallas Cowboys.
The pressing question now is whether or not they will stick with backup quarterback Cooper Rush or try to acquire one via trade. Seems like a choice has been made.
According to reports, the Cowboys have decided against making a trade for a quarterback. For yet, the NFC East team has no complaints about Cooper Rush.
According to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler, "as of now, #Cowboys do not plan to pursue significant trade for a QB barring [unforeseen change]." The team won't rule out any possibility,
but with Dak Prescott's improved timeline and Cooper Rush's familiarity with the offence, the Cowboys believe they can be patient.
The Cowboys, though, seem to have faith in Cooper Rush. If Rush's performance isn't satisfactory, Dallas may think twice about committing to the team.On Sunday, the Cowboys play the Cincinnati Bengals