The Dallas Cowboys All-Pro Guard fixed an issue earlier this week. According to ESPN's Todd Archer, Zack Martin underwent clean-up surgery on his ankle Tuesday and is expected to be ready when the offseason program begins in the spring.
Martin was set to play in the pro bowl before this procedure, but as you can see, some things are more important. He's been extremely durable during his six-year career as he's made 94 out of a possible 96 starts while being named a pro bowler and an all-pro in each season. Looks like that durability will continue in 2020, more details to come.