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Cowboys DE DeMarcus Lawrence Leaves Wednesday Practice with Foot Injury

The Cowboys may be even more shorthanded at defensive end on Sunday at the Los Angeles Chargers, as starting left end DeMarcus Lawrence was added to the injury report today. Lawrence exited with a foot injury, and the Cowboys are still awaiting the status of Randy Gregory who was placed on the COVID list.

David Helman on Twitter: “Some disconcerting news.DeMarcus Lawrence has been added to the practice report. He left practice today with a foot injury. pic.twitter.com/xJpQVO456I / Twitter”

Some disconcerting news.DeMarcus Lawrence has been added to the practice report. He left practice today with a foot injury. pic.twitter.com/xJpQVO456I

The Cowboys did not record a single sack in week one against Tom Brady, though their starting defensive front with both Lawrence and Gregory did create pressure. When they needed depth players to step up on the final drive, Brady made quick work of the Dallas defense to set up the game winning score.

This Sunday against Justin Herbert could see more of the same if the Cowboys are without DeMarcus Lawrence. Rookie DE Chauncey Gholston was a full participant after being inactive at Tampa Bay.

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Born January 28th, 1996- Cowboys Super Bowl XXX. Point Boro Panther, Montclair State Red Hawk, and most importantly a proud member of Cowboys Nation! I host "Upon Further Review" on 90.3 WMSC FM and wmscradio.com every Friday from 1-4 PM ET. Twitter: @SeanMartinNFL.

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  1. Silver lining- The schedule is manageable moving forward. Should have Gallup/Collins back as the tough part begins. Pass rush will likely be problematic moving forward though, and that might have been the case even with a healthy Gregory/Lawrence. Lawrence is still good but not in his prime anymore and Gregory is a bit overrated.

    This offense will need to outscore opponents until we get healthy/better on defense. Razor thin margin for error. We need to minimize mental mistakes/turnovers and McCarthy needs to make good in game decisions. These are challenging times but luckily no season ending injuries. The season isn’t lost Boys. Need this next game though. Would be a much needed morale booster.

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