Dallas Cowboys Dak Prescott shares his feelings after a terrible injury + Defense Improvements
Coming off an ankle fracture suffered nearly seven months ago, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback said Tuesday that he could take the field now if forced. "I'm close," Prescott said, via Calvin Watkins of the Dallas Morning News. "I can go play in a game right now and in my head be very, very successful. So there is no doubt when that I need to be successful, when I need to do the things that it takes to be on the field, I'll do exactly that, and the timing will be right." Last week, video surfaced of Prescott doing drills. He said at the time on NFL Network's NFL Total Access that he was close to feeling game-ready. By the day, Dak's progress improves. Luckily for Prescott and the Cowboys, he has a couple more months before any actual on-field work ramps up. That time should only make him stronger. In the meantime, Prescott mentally feeling like he could play in a game in May is a good sign for his readiness when he really will return in September.
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