Cowboys designate Blake Jarwin for return from IR

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The Cowboys may be getting tight end Blake Jarwin back in the lineup for the postseason.

Jarwin has been designated for return from injured reserve on Tuesday. He’ll be able to practice for the next 21 days before the team will be forced to activate him or shut him down for the season.

The Cowboys can activate Jarwin at any point in that window. Head coach Mike McCarthy said that Jarwin looked good in a Saturday workout and that his hip has made a lot of progress over the last couple of months.

Jarwin had 10 catches for 90 yards and two touchdowns in seven games before his injury. If he returns, he’d complement Dalton Schultz in a tight end group that also includes Sean McKeon and Jeremy Sprinkle.

3 responses to “Cowboys designate Blake Jarwin for return from IR

  1. It might not be because of Blake Jarwin but by coincidence, the Cowboys have a much better record when he plays.

  2. Great news. They run the ball better and have more options in 12 personnel. Plus with Gallup gone they could use another target

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