Cowboys fans can take a deep breath now, as it looks as if Dak Prescott is finally going to practice again, on a limited basis, on Monday. This is according to Tom Pellisero of NFL Network.
#Cowboys QB Dak Prescott is expected to practice on a limited basis today, per source.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) August 16, 2021
Prescott has thrown several times on the side in recent days, but this will be his first time working in with the team since he felt soreness in his throwing shoulder July 28.
Dak hasn’t work with the team since feeling soreness in his shoulder on July 28th. After a complete throwing shut down and seeking advice from MLB trainers, Dak began a gradual process that saw him be involved in every way, minus throwing. However, It looks as if he is poised to be integrated back with the team in time to take some preseason snaps as he and the team had originally planned. Whether that will actually come to fruition remains to be seen.
Over the last few days we have seen Dak slowly but surely increase his throwing volume from light tosses to some mid-level throws to Amari Cooper with some zip. After a planned second MRI was completed, it looks as if Dak and the Cowboys got the news they were hoping for all along.