Jerry Jones, the Cowboys' owner and general manager, stated that quarterback Dak Prescott will not be placed on injured reserve following surgery on his right thumb.

On Dallas radio station 105.3 The Fan, Jones said, "We want him to be a consideration for playing for us within the next four games."

Initially, Prescott was expected to return in six to eight weeks, according to sources.

Jones claimed that the post-surgery report was more encouraging.

In the event that his recuperation goes smoothly, Prescott might be available for Week 5's game against the Rams on October 9.

He was initially expected to miss seven games and maybe make a comeback against the Packers on November 13 . 

After Prescott's hand repeatedly struck defender Shaq Barrett's helmet in the fourth quarter of the Cowboys' 19-3 loss to the Buccaneers, Prescott sustained the injury.

Prescott would need to sit out a minimum of four games if he were to be put on injured reserve.

Prescott could practise if he didn't enter the injured reserve. To assist, he can undergo treatment, maintain his health, and attend meetings.

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