After quarterback Dak Prescott wrote a deal with Dallas, questions were asked about his therapy confidence. Suffering horribly fractured ankle in Week 5 of the 2020 season, then a four-year contract with a signing bonus of $ 66 million in the latter half? Why was the Cowboys so confident in him that he would return to perfect health?
With great results from the Cowboys doctors and trainers, Prescott was back on the training ground less than six months from his injury. The Mississippi State product showed off his progress in a video on Twitter.
Return to movement! @dak # 3DQBTEXAS pic.twitter.com/vPYv94kzCQ
̵1; 3DQBTexas (@DamianDevon) April 7, 2021
Prescott made an awkward pitch in the video, similar to the quick pitch he did to the Dallas defender axis before he was injured. The pitching also included a transplant in his right leg, showing the confidence he had after making progress in the recovery.
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott (right ankle) is back, video via @DamianDevon pic.twitter.com/KDBMdpaxFz
– Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) April 7, 2021
In the second video posted after the workout, Prescott made a drop-down list, sending a deep throw to the recipient who was working with him. Seeing the Cowboys’ franchise defender back on the pitch and his heavy pitching is a pretty obvious sight to the sore Dallas fan, who still clearly remembers his injury.
Prescott is back at 100%, is expected to be fully ready in 2021 and is looking for a return season to take control of NFC East and prove he is worth the $ 160 million price tag.