FRISCO, Texas (Silver Star Nation) — Despite a return to some sense of normalcy for the 2021 Dallas Cowboys training camp, this year has been anything but routine for the offense.
Starting quarterback Dak Prescott returned from last year’s season-ending injury only to suffer a muscle strain that has kept him out of competition since early in the Oxnard, California portion of camp.
According to Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, Prescott is back to full practice and is expected to be just fine for the Sept. 9 season opener at Tampa Bay.
Cowboys insider Mickey Spagnola says a healthy Prescott is just what the offense needs to get on track for the regular season — an offense that has not had a single snap together in the preseason games.
The Cowboys play their final preseason game on Sunday at 12 p.m. against the Jacksonville Jaguars at AT&T Stadium. You can watch the game live on KXAN.
Dallas will get a look at its own depth chart and first-year NFL coach Urban Meyer in the preseason finale. This is the last chance for those players near the bottom of the depth chart to make an impression on the Cowboys coaching staff before roster cuts.