Dallas Cowboys cornerback Tyler Patmon’s rehab from a sprained medial collateral ligament is coming along nicely, but Patmon says there’s still not a concrete date for his return.
Patmon suffered the injury to his left knee in the 31-17 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars and, coming off the bye week, owner and general manager Jerry Jones said publicly that Patmon’s injury is currently the most concerning for the team.
It was thought at the time of the injury that Patmon would miss 2-4 weeks.
“Man, coming back from London I wasn’t even able to walk, so it’s progressing at a good pace,” Patmon said, per the Dallas Morning News. “In the next couple of weeks here I’ll see how it feels and hopefully I’m ready to go. It’s frustrating, but it’s part of the game. I have to take it as what it is.”
On Wednesday, Patmon and quarterback Tony Romo were the only Cowboys to be held out of practice.
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