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Cowboys Activate CB Kelvin Joseph From Injured Reserve, Will Make NFL Debut vs Vikings

After snagging in the second-round in 2020, the Dallas Cowboys added more depth to the position in April when they drafted Kelvin Joseph out of Kentucky with the 44th overall pick. Understandably, there was excitement about Joseph seeing as he was coming off a season where he was tied for the SEC lead in interceptions with four.

Unfortunately for the talented rookie, he suffered a groin in the Cowboys' finale against the . He's worked diligently to get back on the field, and he'll finally make his NFL debut this Sunday against the in more of a role.

Once Joseph gets some snaps under him he has a chance to be a great asset to the cornerback room for the Cowboys with his incredible instincts and speed (ran a 4.34 in the 40-yard dash at the ). He'll have to compete with , , and for playing time. However, his skill set could elevate him to the starting lineup opposite the aforementioned Diggs.

In a passing league which the NFL has become, you can never have too many reliable cornerbacks. If Joseph maximizes his talent, the Cowboys will have gotten a steal in the and set a foundation at cornerback for the foreseeable future.



Written by Matthew Lenix

I write dope stuff about the Dallas Cowboys and what not.

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gary b

We really need Joseph to get up to speed. We have zero depth at CB. Brown is actually playing decent right now. But having only have two functional CBs (Diggs/Brown) isn’t gonna cut it. U can never have enough CBs and we don’t have near enough.

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