Open practices in Oxnard, California end on a positive note for Cowboys QB Dak Prescott. The two-time pro bowler was back partaking in drills and quarterback camp.

Prescott isn’t expected to suit up on Friday night against the Cardinals, but the question remains will he suit up at all in the pre-season? Cowboys VP Stephen Jones addressed this on 105.3 the fan earlier in the day.

“I’d say it’s not out of the question,” Cowboys chief operating officer Stephen Jones said. “The question’s going to become when we get there, do we do it or not? It’s just, we’ve got to make good, sound, solid decisions for Dak as we go here. But I wouldn’t rule it out.”

Jones doesn’t seem eager to see Dak out there before week one and doesn’t have any concerns about his play if that is the case.

“I know people worry about that, but I think that’s overrated,” Jones said. “I mean, Dak Prescott knows how to play the game of football. And whether he plays a series or two in Houston isn’t going to affect how he plays in the opener against Tampa.”

Prescott returned August 10th along with Amari Cooper where the two would get about 30 passes of work in. With the team returning to the Star in Frisco next week for the final leg of training camp, expect to see more from the dynamic duo.

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