Dak Prescott, the Cowboys' starting quarterback, had a serious hand injury in the Week 1 match with the Buccaneers.
After his injury it is anticipated that he would miss a significant portion of the 2022 NFL season.
The Cowboys owner said earlier this week that Prescott might make a comeback in as little as two weeks.
This Thursday afternoon sees Prescott return to the practise field.
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott is gripping and throwing a training ball on the practise field.
Ten days after his right thumb fracture surgery, he has not yet attempted to throw the football or take snaps. But this is part of him building toward quick return
Now after seeing his fast recovery it is believed that he will make quick return with in a week or two.
Cooper Rush will take over till then. Last Sunday against the Bengals, he led the Cowboys earn a crucial team victory.
The next Monday night, Rush and the Cowboys play the New York Giants.
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