Tyron Smith of Dallas Cowboys has excessive ankle sprain, exams verify


Tyron Smith of Dallas Cowboys has high ankle sprain, tests confirm<!–

Cowboys LT Smith week to week with ankle sprain


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FRISCO, Texas — Tests confirmed that Tyron Smith suffered a high right ankle sprain in Sunday’s loss to the New Orleans Saints, and the Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl left tackle is week-to-week, according to coach Jason Garrett.

Smith suffered the injury on the first play of the Cowboys’ final, ill-fated drive when he was rolled into from behind as Dak Prescott was being sacked by David Onyemata. Smith was able to walk to the sideline before being taken to the locker room on a cart.

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Tyron Smith of Dallas Cowboys has high ankle sprain, tests confirm

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Cameron Fleming took over and will be called upon if Smith is unable to play Sunday against the Packers.

Smith has missed three games in each of the past three seasons due to injuries after missing just one game in his first five seasons. He has been dealing with a back issue at different times the past few years.

Tyron Smith of Dallas Cowboys has high ankle sprain, tests confirm

Pro Bowl defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence suffered a bruised right shoulder late in the New Orleans loss, but it is not expected to keep him out this week. He had offseason surgery on his left shoulder. Cowboys backup safety Kavon Frazier suffered a torn pectoral muscle and will go on injured reserve, Garrett said.

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