The Dallas Cowboys will travel to SoFi Stadium on Sunday to face the Los Angeles Rams. However, they may be without one their most important defenders.
Cowboys insider Michael Gehlken from the Dallas Morning News says that Cowboys cornerback Jourdan Lee is optimistic, but still seems a little unsure about his ability to play on Sunday. He has been suffering from a groin problem that began to bother him during Sunday’s victory over the Washington Commanders.
Because his muscle wasn’t loosening up, the veteran cornerback had to abandon the game. Lewis said that it wasn’t a major problem.
The Cowboys may have to make major changes if Lewis isn’t healthy to go. DaRon Bland, a rookie fifth-round pick, will likely start in place of Cooper Kupp as Super Bowl MVP wide receiver.
Cowboys CB Jourdan Lee missed Sunday’s Cowboys game due to a groin problem. Pregame warmups caused muscle to tighten. It didn’t relax. Lewis stated, “I’m glad that it wasn’t major.” Lewis is optimistic that he will face Rams on Sunday.
Jourdan Lewis, the Dallas Cowboys’ starting quarterback since 2020, has enjoyed a breakout year last year. He recorded three interceptions, 11 passes defensed, and two fumble recoveries, with 1.5 sacks.
Cooper Kupp, who has been a cornerback in the NFL for many years, would test Lewis. DaRon Bland could have much more success in his fifth NFL game.
Will Jourdan Lewis end up playing with the Cowboys Sunday against the Rams?