Dak Prescott is going to be out a considerable amount of time and everyone is making suggestions for his replacement.
On Sunday it was reported that Prescott would be out 6-8 weeks after injuring his hand during the Cowboys’ season opener.
Dak Prescott is expected to have surgery Monday on a right thumb injury and miss 6-8 weeks, according to multiple sources. He will meet with the team’s hand specialist on Monday, but sources said he will have a pin and plate inserted to stabilize the joint.
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) September 12, 2022
During Monday’s edition of ‘First Take’ ESPN’s Stephen A Smith suggested the Cowboys should sign Colin Kaepernick.
Stephen A Smith thinks the Dallas Cowboys should give Colin Kaepernick a call, despite that he hasn’t played in over 5 years.
He says they won’t, though, not because he isn’t good enough but because Texas is too “patriotic.”
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— Dan Z (@OutkickDanZ) September 12, 2022
Irvin immediately shut down Stephen A’s Kaepernick suggestion.
“Let’s stop with this Colin Kaepernick stuff. Let’s just stop. Colin Kaepernick’s been out of football for what five years now,” Irvin said,. “Come on, man. Let’s stop all of a sudden thinking we can go resurrect Colin Kaepernick and he’s going to come and resurrect a football team. I’ll take my chances with Cooper Rush. I will take my chances with Cooper Rush.
“I saw Cooper Rush win a football game last year. That’s all I’m saying.”
As of now, it appears the Cowboys are going to give Cooeper Rush a shot to hold down the fort until Prescott can return later this season.