Updates from Wednesday, July 30
Clarence Hill of The Star Telegram reported on DeMarcus Lawrence's timetable for recovery:
Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News and NFL Around the League updated fans on the latest surrounding Lawrence's injury:
George eventually confirmed the worst:
ESPN's Todd Archer has more on the injury:
Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning-News has Tyron Smith's take on what happened:
George spoke with Jerry Jones about what the next step for Lawrence would be:
Nothing has been confirmed, but it doesn't sound good according to Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram:
While there is plenty of time before the actual season starts, the fact that Lawrence was helped by a trainer and carted off the field is an ominous sign when discussing the potential severity of this setback. This certainly isn’t something the rookie wanted to undergo before even stepping foot on an NFL field for an actual game.
The Cowboys selected Lawrence with the No. 34 overall pick in the draft and were hoping he could shore up their vulnerable defense. He was one of the best edge pass-rushers in all of college football at Boise State, and he has the versatility to play both inside and outside on the defensive line.
The Cowboys could use that type of production this season, so this will be interesting to keep an eye on. Stay tuned as updates develop.