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The Dallas Cowboys made the risky decision to draft a quarterback due to a sudden illness.

The Dallas Cowboys take a daring step regarding their quarterback following an unexpected setback due to illness.


Just one hour before a crucial Wild Card round against the Green Bay Packers, the Dallas Cowboys made a bold decision on Sunday morning.

Backup quarterback Cooper Rush unexpectedly appeared on the injury report on Friday due to an illness for the Packers.


According to several sources, Cooper Rush was absent from the Cowboys’ last two practice sessions on both Friday and Saturday.

Either the illness was significant, leading him to miss crucial practice sessions, or it was still contagious, prompting the Cowboys to prevent its spread to key starters.

As reported by Ed Werder of ESPN, the Cowboys plan to have Cooper Rush as Dak Prescott’s backup on the sidelines during the game against the Packers.


Even with the abrupt illness leading to his absence from Friday and Saturday practices, head coach Mike McCarthy has confidence in Cooper Rush over Trey Lance, the former San Francisco 49ers first-round pick.

The Cowboys will prefer not to rely on Rush, but considering the numerous quarterback injuries in the NFL this season, there’s a real possibility it might be necessary.

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