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Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb out with concussion

2021-11-25 21:16:29 GMT+00:00 – Dallas Cowboys large receiver CeeDee Lamb is out for Thursday’s sport towards the Las Vegas Raiders with a concussion.

Lamb suffered the harm final Sunday towards the Kansas City Chiefs and had been within the concussion protocol. The Cowboys put forth an optimistic outlook throughout the week that Lamb would have the ability to play.

The second-year participant missed apply Monday and Tuesday and was restricted in Wednesday’s apply.

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Lamb, 22, was injured late within the first half of the Cowboys’ 19-9 loss to the Chiefs on a leap ball in the long run zone. Lamb had three catches for 14 yards. The 2020 first-round choose has 50 catches for 740 yards and 6 touchdowns on the season.

The Cowboys (7-3) are also dealing with the Raiders (5-5) with out beginning wideout Amari Cooper, who stays on the reserve/COVID-19 listing. The unvaccinated Cooper examined optimistic final week and has to quarantine a compulsory 10 days.

Dallas can even be with out offensive line coach Joe Philbin and assistant energy and conditioning coach Kendall Smith after each examined optimistic for the coronavirus.

Philbin’s duties might be assumed by assistant line coach Jeff Blasko.

In addition to Lamb, rookie offensive lineman Matt Farniok and quarterback Will Grier have been inactive. Seven-time Pro Bowl left sort out Tyron Smith (ankle) is again after a three-game absence.

Six gamers have been inactive for the Raiders: operating again Peyton Barber, sort out Jason Barton, defensive finish Malcolm Koonce, linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski, cornerback Keisean Nixon and defensive sort out Kendal Vickers.

–Field Level Media

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Oct 17, 2021; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb (88) makes the catch and runs the ball for the game winning touchdown in overtime at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

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