Dallas Cowboys safety Xavier Woods just recently missed out on several of the team’s practices due to a bothersome groin injury. With just a couple of days heading into their opening video game against the Los Angeles Rams, group owner Jerry Jones disclosed whether he thinks the fourth-year veteran is ready for their September 13 start date.

” Yes I do. Yes. Whatever is on go,” Jones said, by means of the team’s website. “It would be actually a surprise if he didn’t go out there Sunday night. I think he got an excellent examination the other day and should be walking around out there today.”

Woods’ continued absence was a success to the Cowboys’ secondary particularly after the team recently launched HaHa Clinton-Dix. He was a significant factor to the team since he was drafted back in 2017. Serving as Woods’ second-string alternate would be rookie Reggie Robinson.

On the other hand, fifth-year gamer Darian Thompson will be beginning at strong safety supported by sophomore Donovan Wilson. Returning Cowboy Brandon Carr will likewise be waiting on the wings as he was recently named to the team’s practice squad.

The whole Cowboys’ defensive rotation drastically enhanced due to the front workplace’s offseason acquisitions. Numerous veteran gamers were tapped to make an instant effect on the team namely nose take on Dontari Poe, returning gamer Aldon Smith, restored Randy Gregory, and protective end Everson Griffen.

A healthy and refilled Cowboys protective unit should spell difficulty for the rest of the league as the group intends to reach the Super Bowl phase in 2020.

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