Dallas Cowboys Dealt Horrible Injury Blow

The Dallas Cowboys are destined for the postseason in 2022 but will have to carry on this season without wide receiver Michael Gallup. The wide out has suffered a torn ACL and is now out for the remainder of the year.

The news dropped on Monday as Cowboys owner Jerry Jones had to deliver to brutal message. Gallup suffered the injury during Sunday's loss to the Arizona Cardinals. He underwent an MRI on Monday morning to confirm the news.

Gallup is a fourth year receiver who plays the perfect third fiddle to Amari Cooper and Ceedee Lamb. He hasn't been able to stay healthy this season and has already missed seven games with a calf injury that he suffered during the season opener. Gallup returned in Week 10.

The veteran receiver is scheduled to become a free agent after this season so this will certainly put a damper into some of the offers that were supposed to be headed his way. He ended up catching 35 balls in 2021/22, recording 445 yards and two touchdowns. Now he becomes a cheerleader to his Cowboys teammates.

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