Cowboys injury news. Tyler Biadas’ initial diagnosis is a high ankle sprain

The Dallas Cowboys defeated the Tennessee Titans on Thursday night, but unfortunately suffered several injuries during the contest. Notable among the players who left the field at one point was center Tyler Biadzhan. Biadasch left in the second half and ultimately did not return. Speculation centered on his lower leg, and as the game drew to a close, it was reported that he had a potential high ankle.

The Cowboys did win, but didn’t improve their playoff position. If the Philadelphia Eagles win on Sunday, Dallas will be the No. 5 seed in the NFC and be able to rest players like they did to Tony Pollard in Tennessee.

We have yet to learn more about Tyler Biadas’ condition, but we hope he’s okay. In his absence, the Cowboys moved guard Connor McGovern to center, Tyler Smith to shooting guard and Jason Peters to left tackle.

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