Cowboys won’t play Dak Prescott, at least 19 others vs. Broncos

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The Broncos aren’t playing Russell Wilson tonight, and the Cowboys announced they won’t play Dak Prescott. The starting quarterbacks got enough work, apparently, in Thursday’s joint practice in Denver.

Nick Eatman of the team website reports that the Cowboys will hold out “at least 20” players.

Offensive tackle Tyron Smith, offensive guard Zack Martin, running back Ezekiel Elliott, running back Tony Pollard and receiver CeeDee Lamb are among the offensive players not playing.

Linebacker Micah Parsons, cornerback Trevon Diggs, defensive lineman DeMarcus Lawrence, defensive lineman Osa Odighizuwa, defensive lineman Dorance Armstrong, linebacker Leighton Vander Esch, linebacker Jabril Cox, defensive back Jayron Kearse, defensive back Jourdan Lewis, defensive back Anthony Brown and defensive back Donovan Wilson will sit out for the defense.

2 responses to “Cowboys won’t play Dak Prescott, at least 19 others vs. Broncos

  1. You have to keep Dak healthy so he can stuff the stat sheet again. And Lamb should be playing. He’s not a proven #1 yet and he drops too many passes.

  2. However the NFL network wants to show Cooper Rush and Josh Johnson instead of a 25-25 game.

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