Cowboys Get Encouraging Trevon Diggs Injury Update

Adam Taylor McKillop
Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy shared an encouraging Trevon Diggs injury update.
Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy shared an encouraging Trevon Diggs injury update. / Richard Rodriguez/GettyImages
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The Dallas Cowboys are rolling with a 4-1 record, and breakout second-year cornerback Trevon Diggs has been a key reason why. The early Defensive Player of the Year candidate missed practice on Wednesday with an ankle injury, causing a flurry of concern in Cowboys nation.

Fear not, according to head coach Mike McCarthy, who recently provided an encouraging update on Dallas' stud cornerback.

Trevon Diggs Injury Update

McCarthy explained that Diggs will be a limited participant in Thursday's practice. Furthermore, he's not worried about the injury after describing the situation as "not a high concern."

Diggs has been all over the field this season, leading the league with 6 interceptions and 10 passes defended. Thanks to this stellar start, Diggs now owns the third-best odds to win NFL Defensive Player of the Year award (+900) on FanDuel Sportsbook. That's a huge jump, as Diggs was not even listed amongst the top-15 of candidates heading into the season.

Diggs and the Cowboys prep for a Week 6 matchup against the New England Patriots. Dallas heads into the clash as 3.5-point road favorites on FanDuel.


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