A broken foot was suffered by DeMarcus Lawrence of the Dallas Cowboys on September 15, 2021, during a practice session as the team prepared for their Week 2 matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. Lawrence is a star veteran defensive end and pass rushing specialist for the Cowboys. This thrilling NFC vs. AFC matchup is set to begin at 3:25 p.m. (central time) on Sunday, September 19th, 2021, and it will be aired nationwide on CBS at the time of the game.
As a result of the broken foot injury that he sustained last Wednesday at the Dallas Cowboys practice facility, the Dallas Cowboys will be without their superior edge rusher as well as one of their best defensive players for approximately 6 to 8 weeks. Lawrence is currently expected to be out for approximately 6 to 8 weeks.
The Dallas Cowboys and their devoted fan base have been dealt a severe blow by this development. In the absence of DeMarcus Lawrence, the Dallas Cowboys’ defensive unit has suffered a significant setback. The Cowboys’ defense failed to record a single sack in the team’s thrilling 31-29 Week 1 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during last week’s Thursday Night Football match – up, as well as the first game of the National Football League’s 2021 – 2022 season.
This week’s game against the Dallas Cowboys will see RUSHER POSSIBLE and the other Cowboys pass RUSHER out of the lineup.
Randy Gregory, the Dallas Cowboys’ second – best pass rushing danger, may be out of the lineup for their game against the much – better Los Angeles Chargers football club on Sunday, September 19th, 2021, according to the latest reports. Gregory tested positive for COVID – 19 on Monday, September 13th, 2021, and was immediately put on the NFL’s reserve / COVID – 19 list until he successfully completes the rigorous reinstatement procedure that follows a positive COVID – 19 test.
The NFL summer, training camp, preseason, and start of the season have all been very tough…
In order to make room for the previously wounded defensive strong force in Lawrence, the National Football League has extended his contract to the 2021 – 2022 regular season. “Hard Knocks” was a docuseries on HBO Sports that followed the Dallas Cowboys throughout their training and preseason this year, and he did not participate in any practices at that time.
Due to his recuperation and rehabilitation from an offseason back surgery that DeMarcus had not long ago, DeMarcus’ involvement in practice has been very restricted, and last Wednesday’s session was no different. The findings of Lawrence’s MRI, which was performed this week in order for the doctors to assess his lower body injuries, showed that the big guy’s foot had been fractured. Lawrence, an eight-year veteran defensive end, had six tackles, two quarterback pressures, and a beautiful caused fumble in the Dallas Cowboys’ season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Tampa, Florida. Lawrence was named to the Pro Bowl last season.
It has been decided to replace DEMARCUS LAWRENCE and RANDY GREGORY with other players.
Given that Lawrence is very certain to miss the rest of the season and that Gregory is unlikely to suit up for the Dallas Cowboys this weekend, the Cowboys may turn to both Dorance Armstrong and Tarell Basham as their starting defensive ends on the defensive line. For the D – town Cowboys, Bradlee Anae and Chauncey Golston would serve as the team’s back-up defensive ends.
THE AMERICAN TEAM HAS SUFFERED INJURIES IN RECENT YEARS
A few days after suffering a heartbreaking 31-29 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Dallas Cowboys have lost an additional four important starters, including wide receiver Michael Gallup, who has been put on the NFL’s injured reserve list due to an injured calf.
The Dallas Cowboys’ right tackle La’el Collins was suspended for five games for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy, Gregory was placed on the reserve / COVID – 19 protocol list, and now DeMarcus Lawrence has been the team’s most recent major injury, and fortunately for Lawrence and the Dallas Cowboys, he will not be forced to miss the entire 2021 – 2022 NFL season, which began last week.