On the day before the first training camp practice, the Cowboys got some good news on the injury front regarding a player who desperately needs to get on the field.
And that's also good news for Johnson, who has missed nearly all of the offseason practices, mostly because he was ineligible to participate because his classes at Eastern Washington did not conclude until mid-June. Johnson was able to practice in the final day of minicamp. But in the last few weeks, Johnson suffered the setback with his hamstring. The Cowboys placed him on PUP on Wednesday, along with four other players -
The Cowboys have high expectations for Johnson, the second of their two fourth-round picks, and there is a chance he could compete for a starting spot at free safety. It's likely