The Dallas Cowboys are finalizing their 53-man roster as we speak and have already made a significant amount of cuts (see every name on our tracker right here).
One decision was seemingly made for them as one of their defensive linemen developed an injury that is going to cost him the 2019 season. According to the Dallas Morning News, Daniel Ross has a shoulder injury and will be put on injured reserve on Saturday.
As Cowboys make decisions on 53-man roster, one been made for them. Late injury development has rendered DE Daniel Ross out for 2019 season, source said. He’ll be placed on injured reserve Saturday.— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) August 31, 2019
Daniel Ross is one of the hardest-working members of the Cowboys. He’s done such a great job of crafting a role for himself over time, he’s a talented player and injuries are never what you want to see.
The Cowboys are fortunate that they have a good amount of depth along the defensive line. We certainly hope that Ross gets healed up as soon as possible, but this doesn’t necessarily put Dallas in a precarious position.