The Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl left tackle Tyron Smith has suffered an injury & could miss multiple games putting the Cowboys' winning chances in jeopardy.
During team drills, Tyron shoved linebacker Leighton Vander Esch & fell to the ground grabbing his left leg near the knee.
Linebacker Micah Parsons barely avoided tripping over Tyron and went back to check on him with the entire Cowboys crew.
Smith was diagnosed with a torn left hamstring as reported by ESPN on Wednesday night.
The injury is speculated to set Tyron behind in the NFL league by several months with no clear indication of full recovery.
Such a huge time gap puts Tyron Smith’s availability for the Dallas Cowboys in jeopardy & makes their future uncertain.
The Dallas Cowboys are hosting Tom Brady and the Buccaneers in the season opener and the Bengals in week 2.
Apart from Tyron Smith, Dallas' veterans Michael Gallup & James Washington are also in the recovery phase making this a very difficult period for the Cowboys.