Dallas Cowboys Running back Tony Pollard The situation is improving.
Two Days later, he was still suffering. Broken left fibula and high ankle strain In Dallas’19-12 defeat against the San Francisco 49ers in divisional round of NFL playoffs Pollard underwent a “tightrope” Surgery Tuesday This will fix the issue. According to ESPN.
PollardOne of them is DallasThe most powerful weapon in his arsenal, he had accumulated 33 yards on just eight touches before sustaining the injury. The Cowboys They gained just 21 rushing yards in halftime, while their offense struggled with finishing drives against. San Francisco’s defense.
Here’s Everything you need to learn about Pollard’s injury.
When What caused the injury?
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Late In the second quarter, There are still 2:44 minutes left in the first half, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott You gave a checkdown card to Pollard The middle of the field As Pollard We tried to escape the 49ers defensive rear Jimmie WardHis left foot was caught underneath. Ward’s Weighing as Ward The turf was his.
After Being tended to in the field Pollard He was finally taken to the locker room with an air cast covering his leg and foot.
How Long is Tony Pollard’s Are you expecting a recovery?
According NFL NetworkThe expected recovery time It will take approximately three monthsHe should be ready to go for minicamps and other offseason activities. June Training camp in late July.
What The timing of the event can be complicated Pollard’s Injury is that he will enter the offseason unrestricted as a free agent, having played four seasons on his rookie deal. Pollard25-year-old he secured his first Pro Bowl Season in 2022: Setting career highs for rushes (193) and rushing yards (1.007), rushing touchdowns (9), receiving yards (371), and receiving touchdowns (3).
Pollard He was selected in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
What Is it a “tightrope” surgery?
According The National Institutes This is HealthTightrope surgery is an alternative procedure to one that requires the placement of screws to stabilize a wound. “with a reduced need for implant removal.” In For proper healing, a braided rope is used in tightrope techniques. The The procedure is being called in by the NIH “consistent and reliable.”