Dak Prescott, the quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, needed surgery after suffering a thumb injury last Sunday. At the moment, his absence is anticipated to last at least four weeks.
Prescott is in good enough shape to attend practise on Thursday, despite the fact that he must watch games for at least a month from the sidelines.
This afternoon, a picture of Prescott running toward the practise field appeared on Twitter.
Prescott is making his first public appearance since having his thumb surgically repaired.
That's my QB, tweeted a Cowboys supporter.Another supporter joked, "Jerry's going to have him in pads by Saturday."
Just being with his teammates at this early stage of his comeback makes Cowboys supporters happy.In Prescott's absence, Cooper Rush will start at quarterback for the Cowboys.