Cowboys Tight End Aggravates Knee Injury

The Dallas Cowboys were fearing for their season at one point, as they started the year 0-1 while also losing QB Dak Prescott, but under Cooper Rush, the team has fought back to get to 4-1, and at this point, the entire team is clicking perfectly, with a playoff spot in sight with their backup running the show. One player who has been slightly disappointing for the team is tight end Dalton Schultz, and after fighting through a sprained PCL to be active in the teams win over Los Angeles in Week 5, the news has come out that he unfortunately aggravated the injury.

Fortunately for Dallas, it's highly unlikely to force him to miss any time, and if he can get through the preparations for Week 6 without doing any more damage, he should be good to go yet again in Week 6, as the team looks to remain undefeated in the Rush era, with a matchup against the undefeated division rival Eagles looming.

Through four games in 2022, Schultz has just 9 catches for 80 yards, and if this team is to make genuine noise when the playoffs roll around, they'll need him to be a weapon at the tight end spot. He's got the ability to be amazing in the NFL, as he showed with a career year in 2022, putting up 78 catches for 808 yards and 8 Touchdown's, and the team need him to get healthy and get back to that form.

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