By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Dallas Cowboys believe that they have lost tight end Blake Jarwin for the rest of the season. Jarwin did not even play one half of a season before being lost.
Jarwin was injured right before the first half on Sunday Night Football against the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. He went to make a cut on the field when he went down with his injury.
The Cowboys believe that he suffered a season-ending torn ACL injury. With Jarwin now out of the picture, head coach Mike McCarthy will have to use Dalton Schultz and Blake Bell.
The team could also took at the trade market to replace Jarwin. Or they could potentially sign a free agent off of the street to help replace their injured starting tight end.
Jarwin had one reception for 12-yards, before being lost for the season. He will have an MRI on Monday to confirm the injury.
He was set to have a breakthrough season before being lost for the campaign. Former starter Jason Witten signed a one-year, $4 million deal with the Las Vegas Raiders.
As the starter, Jarwin was set to see a lot of targets, as teams try to eliminate Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, or CeeDee Lamb. Now, he’ll have to watch the rest of the season from home, or on the Cowboys sidelines.
He had 31 receptions for a career-high 365 receptions last season with three touchdowns. Witten led the tight ends with 63 receptions for 529 yards and four touchdowns.
The 24-year-old Schultz has spent the last two seasons with the Cowboys. He appeared in 27 games, including seven starts.
Schultz has 14 receptions for 133 yards, including one reception for 11 yards in the loss to the Rams. The 29-year-old Bell – who signed a one-year deal with the Cowboys in the off-season – has bounced around in the league.
Dallas is his fifth team in the league. He was apart of the Kansas City Chiefs team that won the Super Bowl over the San Francisco 49ers in February.
Bell has appeared in 65 games, including 19 starts. He has 38 receptions for 424 yards.
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