The offensive line has been one of the most frustrating units on the Dallas Cowboys in 2020. Due to injuries and inconsistent play, there have been several combinations used so far this season which can affect continuity.
Rookie Center Tyler Biadasz has gotten quite a bit of experience this season because of veteran Joe Looney suffering an MCL sprain in Week 4. Unfortunately, before playing the Pittsburgh Steelers two weeks ago, Biadasz suffered a hamstring injury in pregame warmups. That ailment has forced the Cowboys to place him on injured reserve according to ESPN’s Todd Archer.
The Cowboys have placed rookie center Tyler Biadasz (hamstring) on injured reserve, which means he is out three more weeks. They activated tackle Brandon Knight from IR.
Biadasz made four consecutive starts before he hit the shelf. The former Wisconsin Badger proved he was worth the fourth-round pick used on him by holding his own immediately after being thrown to the wolves so to speak. Biadasz played so well that he was selected to the midseason All-Rookie Team by Pro Football Focus.
This minor setback will keep Biadasz out for the next three weeks, making him eligible to return after the Cowboy’s Week 13 matchup with the Baltimore Ravens.