BREAKING NEWS: Cowboys Starting CB Suffers a Broken Bone in Left Hand,Need Surgery, Will be Out…

BREAKING NEWS: Cowboys Starting CB Suffers a Broken Bone in Left Hand,Need Surgery, Will be Out…

BREAKING NEWS: Cowboys Starting CB Suffers a Broken Bone in Left Hand,Need Surgery, Will be Out…

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick suffered a broken bone in his left hand in the second quarter of Sunday’s 19-3 season-opening triumph against the New York Giants.

He will have surgery Monday morning and is normal miss next Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos.

Scandrick said he ought to be back for the Sept. 25 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals.

Proprietor Jerry Jones was of comparative agreement, saying the injury was something Scandrick could play with and he wouldn’t be out long.

Scandrick missed four games in 2016 and every one of the 16 out of 2015.

Scandrick, named team captain without precedent for his career, is the best and most experienced individual from the optional. Getting him back as fast conceivable is important for the Cowboys going ahead.