FRISCO, Texas — Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott will play Sunday in opposition to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers regardless of proper ankle soreness that restricted him in Thursday’s follow, based on coach Mike McCarthy.
“I haven’t got any concern about him taking part in,” McCarthy mentioned.
McCarthy wouldn’t say whether or not Prescott had an MRI on Thursday, however mentioned, “we checked him out. We made certain all the things was good.” McCarthy mentioned Prescott shall be a full participant over the subsequent two days of labor, main into gameday.
On Thursday, Prescott mentioned his surgically repaired ankle felt “uncomfortable” after carrying a distinct model of cleats for the primary time this summer season.
Prescott was on the sector for a portion of follow that was open to the media earlier than heading to the locker room. He mentioned he didn’t twist the ankle in follow. He mentioned he was breaking in a brand new pair of Jordan 11s after carrying Jordan 1s all summer season throughout coaching camp. He wore the Jordan 11s for video games final yr, however he mentioned he’ll swap again to the Jordan 1s.
“I promise you I am nice,” Prescott mentioned Thursday. “Simply being very, very precautious. Switched sneakers at the moment, most likely wasn’t the very best concept. We’re good to go. Promise that.”
Requested why Prescott didn’t change again into the extra comfy cleats and return to follow, McCarthy mentioned, “excessive warning.”
“We do it with all of the gamers. There’s all the time exams or issues that go on. We react to all the things. That is simply the character of the sport. So actually, I do know the significance of Dak and the quarterback place however it’s actually customary process to undergo that anytime a participant has a difficulty.”