Tyrone Smith

 Is Back on the Cowboys’ Active List Despite missing the last nine games 

of the season, Tyrone Smith has remained on the Dallas Cowboys’ roster and in the plans. His status is in good shape for his return, and the team has designated him for return from IR. However, before the veteran can take part in any games, he must be designated as an active player.

Smith eventually underwent surgery to repair the avulsion fracture in his left knee, which was initially reported as a hamstring injury. However, the injury progressed to a more serious knee injury. Smith was supposed to be out until December, but his recovery took longer than expected, and he is getting closer to when he should be back.

The Cowboys have been forced to use Tyler Smith, a rookie first-round pick who was originally intended to play left tackle, to fill the void. He practiced there throughout the entire July training camp. But it hasn’t been the same because he has mostly been playing in place of the injured Smith. Despite the fact that Smith hasn’t been practicing much recently, it seems likely that he will be back in the lineup by week three.

The team announced this week that Smith will be permitted to participate in practice for the first time in approximately two weeks. Smith will participate in practice this week, according to Jones, and he will be present for practice as soon as possible. After that, they will decide whether or not he will play the rest of the season. Smith will play a role on the defensive line in the final months of the regular season, depending on the outcome.

Smith could be called up for the game Tyrone Smith  against the Houston Texans this weekend. When Smith returns, it is ultimately up to head coach Mike McCarthy to decide how to set up the offensive line. The team’s strategies for the remainder of the season may shift significantly as a result of Smith’s absence since September.

Right now, Smith is positioned 55th in the NFL at the tackle position. He has performed well enough this season to be a strong contender for the position of full-time guard. He hasn’t been able to play a lot of offensive tackle, but he’s been practicing there in recent weeks and will probably move to left guard once he’s fully healed.

In his first eight games as the Cowboys’ left guard, Connor McGovern has also performed admirably. He is rated as the league’s second-worst full-time guard. Additionally, he has achieved a respectable run block win rate (79.1%). He hasn’t had many good games, but he has had a couple of good ones, like two tackles against Eastern Michigan.

Additionally, Smith’s contract includes a cap hit of approximately 17505,000 and a $10 million signing bonus. Smith will be one of the Dallas Cowboys’ highest-paid players with his salary.

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