Report: Tyron Smith could miss several months with torn hamstring



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The Cowboys may have lost one of their best players for a long time.

Cowboys left the tackle Tyrone Smith suffered a Left hamstring torn He is in training on Wednesday and could miss several months of the 2022 season, according to ESPN.

Smith came down during training with what It first appeared as a knee injuryAnd when tests showed no damage to Smith’s anterior cruciate ligament, it seemed to be good news.

But additional tests found Smith’s hamstrings torn, and he is now ready for more tests Thursday to determine the severity of the hamstring tear.

Without Smith, the Cowboys would miss a large part of their offensive line. Choosing a first-round draft for beginners Tyler Smith He played left tackle in college and might be called upon to do so now for the Cowboys, but before Tyron Smith was injured, the Cowboys wanted Tyler Smith to play the guard as a rookie. Josh Paula selection in the fourth round of 2021 and has never played as a rookie, and Matt Waltzkoa 2022 fifth-round pick, would be another option to replace Smith at the left tackle.

The Cowboys picked Tyron Smith in the first round of the 2011 draft, and he’s been in Dallas longer than any other player on the roster. When he was healthy he was among the top offensive linemen in the NFL.



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