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Cowboys S Kavon Frazier Likely to Miss Time With Pectoral Injury

The will likely be without backup safety and key player Kavon Frazier after he suffered a pectoral in last night’s loss to the . The extent of the injury, and the length of Frazier’s absence, are not yet confirmed.

While Frazier has not been seen much on so far in 2019, he has been active every week and is one of the team’s best players on special teams coverage units.

If Frazier goes out, it exacerbates an existing issue with safety depth for the .

Starter returned last night from an ankle injury but then left the game late with what appeared to be an issue with his arm or shoulder. We’re still waiting for more information on the extent of this new problem, if any.

While would start in Woods’ absence, Frazier is the only other experienced depth at safety. Rookie , who has yet to dress for a game this year, would have to step into Kavon’s role.

Hopefully, Xavier Woods is okay and mitigates the damage of losing Kavon Frazier. But if both players are going to miss time, the Cowboys may have to use as an emergency safety or look to for some temporary relief.

We hope that Kavon Frazier gets some good news on his injury and makes a speedy recovery!

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Jess Haynie

Written by Jess Haynie

Cowboys fan since 1992, blogger since 2011. Bringing you the objectivity of an outside perspective with the passion of a die-hard fan. I love to talk to my readers, so please comment on any article and I'll be sure to respond!

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