Dak Prescott is ‘full-go’ for Cowboys after being cleared

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is now back to being a full go for the team and he won’t be limited whatsoever in practice. 

Incredible news has arrived for Dallas Cowboys fans who were concerned about Dak Prescott’s health leading up to the season-opener. Straight up, Prescott will be ready to rock and won’t be limited whatsoever by his shoulder injury.

That much was made clear with the breaking news on Thursday via SI.com that Prescott will now be a full-go at practice moving forward and won’t be limited whatsoever. That’s right, it’s go time for the stud signal-caller as he gets ready to take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 1.

Dak Prescott will be fired up to put on a show against Tom Brady and Tampa Bay

The Cowboys and Bucs will open up the season with some Thursday Night Football action on Sept. 9. It goes without saying, but millions of NFL fans can’t wait to see the two powerhouses get the 2021 campaign underway.

With Prescott, knowing that he won’t be held back in his prep for that big-time contest is monumental news. First, he had to overcome suffering his fractured ankle against the Giants last season. Then, he’s missed plenty of time at training camp with his shoulder injury.

Prescott started throwing again at practice on Wednesday. It was great to see for the Cowboys coaching staff, as Prescott looked outstanding during his 11-on-11 work. Now, he’ll get ready to keep ramping things up over the next couple of weeks.

In two weeks time, Prescott will try and help Dallas record an upset win over the defending Super Bowl champs in primetime. With a healthy shoulder for the signal-caller, Dallas’ odds of making that happen have of course been raised.

Source: FanSided

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