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Dak Prescott on Rehab: I Can Go Play in a Game Right Now

As the offseason begins to transition into the preseason, there isn’t a more anticipated practice field sighting than that of Dak Prescott. His return from the ankle fracture he sustained in 2020 will be the biggest story to follow the Dallas Cowboys through OTAs, minicamp, and training camp as the Cowboys gear up for the 2021 NFL Season.

Yesterday, as part of his initiative with Walk On’s and OurCalling, Dak Prescott was in Dallas handing out meals to those in need. He took time to speak with the media and was asked about where he was in relation to on-field activity.

Calvin Watkins on Twitter: “Here is video of Dak Prescott talking about how healthy he is from his injured ankle. pic.twitter.com/iUa8QjgMcr / Twitter”

Here is video of Dak Prescott talking about how healthy he is from his injured ankle. pic.twitter.com/iUa8QjgMcr

In the video from Calvin Watkins of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Prescott indicated that he’s close and could go play in a game right now if he had to and be “very successful.” Prescott said, “There’s no doubt that when I need to be successful when I need to do the things it takes to be on the field, I’m going to do exactly that, and the timing will be right. ”

It will be exciting to see him back on the field and leading an offense that was on pace for some historic numbers in 2021. The offense is bringing back everyone from the start of the 2020 season and a healthy Tyron Smith and La’el Collins will help make the Cowboys one of the most dangerous offensive teams in recent years. If the defense is able to improve even a little bit from their horrendous 2020, then this will be one of the best teams in the NFL in 2021.

Dak Prescott is poised for a Comeback Player of the Year season, but if things go right, should also contend for Most Valuable Player. Even if he doesn’t win either award, his work in the Dallas-Fort Worth community and the way he’s made himself a part of the Metroplex makes him one of the most valuable and important figures in DFW.

Watch Below as Dak Prescott Hands Out Meals to Homeless in Dallas

Mike Leslie on Twitter: “More video of Dak Prescott handing out meals in East Dallas, doing what he can to help those in need, along with Walk-On’s and OurCalling. pic.twitter.com/Dl3n0LAGsp / Twitter”

More video of Dak Prescott handing out meals in East Dallas, doing what he can to help those in need, along with Walk-On’s and OurCalling. pic.twitter.com/Dl3n0LAGsp

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John Williams

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  1. My best friend tore his right meniscus after playing flag football one time, said he could play couple weeks after it happened but we knew better, kept him from playing, course it didn’t stop it from happening again even months after he tore it,

    Bottom line, don’t rush it Dak

    • That’s kinda how the second surgery happened. Pushed a little too hard a little too early. But he should be good to go. You know the trainers aren’t going to let him get to ahead of himself.

  2. Dak needs to go to Mike McCarthy QB school. He has got poor form in his throwing motion. Go watch some Joe Montana training videos please.

  3. I agree that it’s not smart to rush a return from any serious injury! Like baseball players who try to come back from Tommy John surgery after a year – and while the recommended recovery time IS 12-18 months, most who push it on the early side end up injured again. That said I also agree – or at least hope that the trainers & doctors won’t let him get ahead of himself & have him return when they think he is ready, not when he does. Every pro-athlete wants back out there asap but it’s usually not the best plan. Still, I hope he is better sooner than later! GO Cowboys!! #HowBoutThemCowboys (man, I’ve never stopped missing Jimmy Johnson!)

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