January 29, 2023


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Cowboys starting RT Terence Steele tears ACL, MCL

Cowboys starting RT Terence Steele tears ACL, MCL

FRISCO, Texas — The Dallas Cowboys’ fears were confirmed Sunday night when an MRI scan showed a correct tackle Terrence Steele He suffered a torn ACL and medial collateral ligament in his left knee, according to a source.

Steele was injured in the second quarter when a Houston Texans defender caught him in the leg while making a block. Steele had started every game this season and 40 of the 45 games of his career after joining the Cowboys as an undrafted free agent in 2020.

He is the second player the Cowboys have lost this season in as many games, along with a cornerback Anthony Brown Suffers a torn Achilles against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 13.

All professionals are right guard Zack Martin He did not know how severe the injury was after the Cowboys’ 27-23 win over the Texans but said Steele was their best linebacker.

“It’s a huge loss for us, and we’ve got to find a way to come together and fill that place because — I said it last year and I said it this year — it’s been our bell cow. So, we’ve got to step up and find a way to fill that hole.”

Josh Paul Steele immediately substituted in the Houston game, however, after two poor plays that led to an A.J Duck Prescott Fumble and intercept, he was substituted Jason Peters On the winning run of 98 yards. Peters hasn’t played right since early in his 18-year career with the Buffalo Bills.

“I thought Jason did an absolutely amazing job when he was there and playing in that situation,” head coach Mike McCarthy said Sunday. “Jason’s been in this two-minute mode for, you know, decades compared to Josh Paul. I think just using the staff is done very well.”

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The Cowboys opened the Pro Bowl’s 21-day practice window at left tackle Tyrone Smith Last week, hope is to see action against the Jacksonville Jaguars this week. Smith suffered a torn hamstring in training camp that required surgery. He said he felt “great” after his first practice of the regular season.

The Cowboys could go with a split handling between Ball and Peters, who is 40, but they feel good about their depth.

Steele is slated to be a restricted free agent after this season, and the Cowboys were hoping to sign him to a long-term deal.