The Dallas Cowboys’ offseason from hell continued this week.
Disaster struck the Dallas Cowboys offensive line on Wednesday after star left tackle Tyron Smith suffered a torn hamstring while making a block during practice.
A report from Thursday morning from Adam Schefter clarified that Smith suffered an avulsion fracture in his knee, which involves the hamstring tendon tearing off the bone. If he returns at all this season, it will not be until December.
“Cowboys’ LT Tyron Smith’s hamstring tore and came off the bone, per sources. He could have surgery as early as today, pending meeting with doctors. He is out indefinitely, and is unlikely to return before December.”
Here is the video of the injury:
The 31-year-old has dealt with a variety of injury issues over the past several seasons, having missed at least three games every year since 2016.
According to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jonathan Jones, the current plan is to replace Smith with one of the in-house options.