Randy Gregory out multiple weeks after hurting calf on Wednesday

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The Cowboys are going to be without defensive end Randy Gregory for a while.

Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy told reporters on Thursday that Gregory is going to miss multiple weeks with a calf injury. Gregory, who could go on injured reserve, suffered the injury during practice on Wednesday, which is why he was listed as a limited participant in the session.

Gregory has 10 tackles, five sacks, 12 quarterback hits, two forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery in seven games this season.

DeMarcus Lawrence is expected back from injured reserve at some point, but the Cowboys will have to look elsewhere for help until he’s back. Dorance Armstrong, Tarell Basham, and Chauncey Golson are the other defensive ends on the roster and Micah Parsons could see more time on the edge while the team remains thin at that spot.

3 responses to “Randy Gregory out multiple weeks after hurting calf on Wednesday

  1. Lawrence better come back soon and better produce… He needs to start earning some of that bread Jerry threw at him! Its been a terrible contract thus far…

  2. Might want to check your facts. Randy makes 2.2 million this year. For one of the top defensive players on the team is a bargain.

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