Cowboys rookie WR injures shoulder
06/01/2014 11:37 PM
11/12/2014 5:52 PM
Dallas Cowboys rookie receiver L’Damian Washington injured his shoulder during Thursday’s practice.
The Cowboys fear Washington separated his AC joint, according to a source.
Washington wouldn’t say much about the injury when reached on his cellphone, revealing only that he was still waiting on MRI results. He is wearing a sling.
“It’s a tough one,” he said.
The injury could keep the undrafted free agent out of the rest of the team’s off-season program, with the goal of getting him fully healthy for training camp. The Missouri product was signed to compete with fifth-round draft pick Devin Street for a spot on the 53-player roster.
The Cowboys return four veteran receivers, with Miles Austin having been released.
It was a rough first week of organized team activities for the Cowboys as they lost linebacker Sean Lee to a torn left anterior cruciate ligament. The fifth-year veteran is expected to miss the season.
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