The Dallas Cowboys, already missing starting quarterback Dak Prescott, will be without safety Jayron Kearse (knee), defensive end Tarell Basham (quad) and guard Connor McGovern (ankle) during their Week 2 meeting with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Receiver Michael Gallup, who is recovering from an ACL tear, did not play in the season opener and remained limited on Dallas' practice report. Many expect Gallup will need at least one more week before returning to action.
Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy did say that Gallup participated Wednesday in 7-on-7 drills:
Cowboys WR Michael Gallup participated in 7-on-7 drills Wednesday for first time since Jan. 2 ACL tear, coach Mike McCarthy said. No setbacks. Will build upon that activity today in pads.
— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) September 15, 2022
The Enquirer's Kelsey Conway wrote Wednesday that if there was a right time for Joe Burrow to get the turnovers out of the way, it was last week, because the Cowboys are even better at taking the ball away.
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