Status of #Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb for today’s game against the #Raiders remains undetermined. While team has been optimistic, the decision is not entirely in its control. NFL requires players clear a 5-step concussion protocol. Final evaluation comes from independent neurologist.
— Ed Werder (@WerderEdESPN) November 25, 2021
ESPN’s Ed Werder reports CeeDee Lamb‘s status remains undetermined for the Cowboys’ game against the Raiders. Lamb suffered a concussion against the Chiefs on Sunday and has been listed as questionable for the Thanksgiving Day game. However, the team and its coaches have been optimistic that Lamb would pass the NFL’s concussion protocol despite the short week. Lamb leads the Cowboys with 740 receiving yards. The Cowboys will also be without the unvaccinated Amari Cooper due to testing positive for Covid-19. He’ll be out for Week 12 and possibly Week 13. Cooper is second on the team in reception yards with 583. If Lamb is unable to go, Michael Gallup will operate as Dallas’ number one wideout. Gallup’s 122 reception yards rank him seventh amongst his teammates. The Cowboys struggled in Week 11 against Kansas City, with Lamb leaving early and Cooper not playing.
Losing Lamb would weaken and already hurt Dallas receiving corps, which will definitely move the lines. Be sure to check FanDuel Sportsbook to get all the latest odds.
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