The Dallas Cowboys have been dealing with injuries all season long and with two weeks left until the playoffs, things have not really changed in that capacity.
While the Cowboys saw two of their cornerbacks return to action against the San Francisco 49ers in Chidobe Awuzie and Trevon Diggs, they unfortunately lost another in Chris Westry. You can never have enough defensive backs in the NFL and as a result the Cowboys are responding to what goes up with what must come down.
In preparation of their game against the Philadelphia Eagles this week, the Cowboys are bringing in someone who knows the area well. The team announced on Wednesday that they have signed cornerback Kemon Hall to the practice squad.
The @dallascowboys signed CB Kemon Hall (North Texas) to the practice squad on Wednesday.— Dallas Cowboys Public Relations (@DallasCowboysPR) December 23, 2020
Hall played collegiately in Texas and has been trying to latch on to the NFL for a bit. Time will tell how much the Cowboys need to ultimately lean on him, but at the very least they have someone who’s workout they liked and feel could be capable if called upon.
Welcome to the Dallas Cowboys, Kemon Hall.