The Dallas Cowboys have battled injuries all season long which has seen them have to adjust their way through a lot of combinations across the offensive line.
When the Cowboys played against the Cleveland Browns they lost their starting center Joe Looney to injury. Rookie Tyler Biadasz stepped up, something people had been wanting to see happen anyway although it being due to injury was unfortunate, but was hurt himself before a game against a different AFC North team in the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Joe Looney has experience playing center for the Cowboys, but again there is hope about Biadasz’s future. The Cowboys have noted that Biadasz will miss a bit of time this season, and on Saturday they officially placed him on injured reserve which means he is out at least three weeks. They also activated Brandon Knight among all of their other moves.
On Saturday, the @dallascowboys:— Dallas Cowboys Public Relations (@DallasCowboysPR) November 21, 2020
- Placed C Tyler Biadasz (Wisconsin) on the Reserve/Injured list
- Activated T Brandon Knight (Indiana) from Reserve/Injured
- Elevated C Adam Redmond (Harvard) and CB Rashard Robinson (LSU) from the practice squad
While we certainly want to see everybody heal up and get as healthy as they can as soon as possible, the best news here is clearly to do with just that with regards to Brandon Knight. He has shown that he has potential at tackle for the Cowboys and missing him on top of everything else has made matters all the more difficult. Needless to say his return is welcome.
It is also nice to see Adam Redmond and Rashard Robinson get promoted to the active roster; however, if the Cowboys are going to be handing out snaps to defensive backs that haven’t gotten them to this point it would be nice to see Reggie Robinson II play.