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The Dallas Cowboys announced a shocking QB injury ahead of their game against the Green Bay Packers.

The Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers are set to face off in one of the biggest games of Wild Card Weekend.


The Cowboys are hoping to prove they can be a threat in the playoffs after not reaching the NFC Championship Game since the mid-1990s.

The Packers want to prove to national television that Jordan Love is their third straight quarterback and they still have Super Bowl aspirations. It was announced today that the Cowboys are recovering from an injury to their quarterback.

According to Charyn Williams of Pro Football Talk:
The Cowboys are healthy enough to prepare for Sunday’s playoff game against the Packers. Only one player has a rank.

The team added backup guard Cooper Rush to its practice report Friday and listed him as questionable due to an illness. He didn’t practice. Rush has played 69 snaps in mop-up duties this season.

Cornerback Stephon Gilmore (shoulder) practiced on a limited basis for the second straight day. It is expected that he will play the game wearing a seat belt to protect his dislocated shoulder.


Left guard Tyler Smith (foot) returns after missing Week 18. On Friday he had a full training session. Defensive end Dorrance Armstrong (ankle), defensive tackle Jonathan Hankins (ankle) and

cornerback Malik Hooker (ankle) are also good. Obviously, an injury to a backup quarterback doesn’t affect the game itself (unless you count Dak Prescott’s injury).

However, it will be interesting to see if Prescott is forced to sit out any moments during the game. Rush’s illness is unclear at this time, but his availability for the Wild Card round is now in question.

If Rush doesn’t take the field on Sunday, Trey Lance will be Dak Prescott’s backup.

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