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Is surgery in the future for Cowboys rookie Mike Weber and his injured right knee?

After free agency and 2019 NFL Draft, owner Jerry Jones said there is no tangible reason the Dallas Cowboys shouldn’t be better and take next step in 2019

After free agency and 2019 NFL Draft, owner Jerry Jones said there is no tangible reason the Dallas Cowboys shouldn't be better and take next step in 2019
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After free agency and 2019 NFL Draft, owner Jerry Jones said there is no tangible reason the Dallas Cowboys shouldn't be better and take next step in 2019
The Cowboys got a scare of sorts last Saturday when running back Mike Weber suffered a knee injury in the morning practice of the rookie minicamp.

He underwent an MRI and tests came back negative. Weber even participated some in practice on Sunday, according to a source.

Per sources, the Cowboys are opting for rest and rehab over surgery for Weber’s injured right knee at the moment.

He could need arthroscopic surgery in the future if problems with the knee persist.

Weber, a seventh-round pick from Ohio State, is being targeted as part of a backup tandem with fourth-round pick Tony Pollard behind running back Ezekiel Elliott.

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Clarence E. Hill Jr. has covered the Dallas Cowboys as a beat writer/columnist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram since 1997. That includes just two playoff wins, six coaches and countless controversies from the demise of the dynasty teams of the 1990s through the rollercoaster years of the Tony Romo era until Jason Garrett’s process Cowboys.


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