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Cowboys Rookie's Latest Tweet Should Get Fans Hyped

Isaiah De Los Santos
This recent tweet from a Dallas Cowboys rookie should get fans hyped.
This recent tweet from a Dallas Cowboys rookie should get fans hyped. / Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

The Dallas Cowboys addressed their secondary this offseason in a variety of ways, including drafting cornerback Kelvin Joseph in the second round. However, the Kentucky standout injured his groin in the last preseason game and was placed on injured reserve to begin the year.

Joseph's first possible return date is approaching, and his latest tweet should get fans excited.

Kelvin Joseph Injury

Joseph tweeted early Friday morning that he is "almost myself again." It's clear the rookie is happy with his progress from the groin injury. If Joseph is near 100%, that means he could make his season debut in Week 4, the first week he'd be eligible to be activated off of IR.

Anthony Brown has failed to impress as a starter, and Joseph could instantly challenge for that role when back on the field. Joseph racked up 4 interceptions (including a pick-6) last year alone at Kentucky, showcasing clear playmaking abilities this secondary could use.

The Cowboys are currently riddled by injuries, especially on defense, so getting the talented corner back would be a huge boost in this early part of the year. Dallas is currently 1-1 heading into a Monday Night Football clash against the Philadelphia Eagles.

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