Hall of Fame festivities provided several celebratory pauses this weekend, but the business of preparing for the upcoming NFL season goes on just the same. The Cowboys could find themselves a man down for a period of time, as a piece of the high-flying offense has been grounded with a neck injury. And while reports of Dak Prescott throwing again are encouraging, one writer who covers the team isn’t convinced fans know the whole story about his shoulder strain. Prescott himself, meanwhile, doesn’t seem in poor health, even moonlighting during practice by lining up as a defensive back just to keep his receivers on their toes.
Quarterback questions, as always, have brought some focus back to the offensive line charged with protecting him. While three decorated studs are set to return to action in 2021, the real key to success for the front five could be the second-year man in the middle. And who is the sixth-best Cowboys lineman? The answer to that question could prove to be of critical importance before it’s all said and done. All that, plus Hall of Fame recaps- including Drew Pearson’s glitzy enshrinement accessories, the part of his bronze bust he had to get right, what Jimmy said about Jerry with his moment at the mic, and how one of the most famous Cowboys of them all launched Cliff Harris on a Canton-bound path with some good old-fashioned veteran intimidation and fear. Here your News and Notes to start the week.
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