IRVING, Texas – It’s a dangerous proclamation to ever call the Cowboys particularly healthy these days.
Injuries have devastated the Cowboys recently, ending the season for
But that time off benefited the Cowboys tremendously, and the majority of the regulars finally appear ready to participate fully for the beginning of training camp.
The starting guards nursed injuries once again this offseason and only participated on a limited basis during practices, but
The backfield will also regain its key members.
He’ll be joined for the first time by the draft pick selected to be his backup,
“It’s not going to be anything that’s going to hinder me from doing what I’ve got to do,” Randle said after minicamp.
That should give the Cowboys a handful of players to keep an eye on at running back, with
This doesn’t mean the injury bug won’t come biting back once again.
The injuries are inevitable, especially early during training camp when the roster is packed full of players trying to make the final roster. Hamstring injuries, in particular, ran rampant throughout the Cowboys’ roster last offseason.
The Cowboys’ trainers and coaches have monitored some of the players coming off injury and those that have dealt with recent injuries during OTAs and minicamp, holding them out of certain drills to make sure they’re as healthy as possible for training camp.
That seems to have worked out, as the Cowboys appear to be as healthy now as they’ve looked in a while.