Dak Prescott vows to play in Sunday's game

placeholder image

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is vowing to play Sunday against the Eagles despite dealing with a right shoulder sprain. Prescott told reporters, "I'm getting better. It's as simple as that. Mobility function is all improving. That's the goal. I'll be good to go on Sunday. It's frustrating. I'm a guy that likes to be in the action. I don't like to sit back and don't like to take any reps off. It's good mentally. It's always fun just challenging yourself and right now it's just a mental challenge. So same preparation in the game plan, if not doubling down since I don't get those physical reps, but I'll be ready to go."

Prescott has never missed a game since Dallas chose him in the 2016 draft. Dallas and Philly are 7-and-7 and tied for the NFC East division lead. If the Cowboys win, they would clinch the division crown.

Photo: Getty Images

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content

AM 1300 THE ZONE · Austin's Sports Talk Leader
Listen Now on iHeartRadio