Jul 21, 2013; Oxnard, CA, USA; Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams (83) participates in special teams drills at training camp at the River Ridge Fields. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Terrance Williams tested for concussion


Cowboys newly drafted wide receiver, Terrance Williams, left today’s practice early, and was brought to doctors to undergo testing for a concussion. He apparently collided with corner back Brandon Underwood during a drill.

If the tests come back positive for a concussion, this could pose problems for the Dallas Cowboys. Williams, a third round draft pick, is slotted as the team’s third wide receiver on the depth charts. If he fails the first test, he will be unable to play in the Hall of Fame game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. He should be ready to play for the regular season, but as a rookie receiver, the more preseason games he can play in, the better. He may be forced to miss a second game when the Cowboys face the Raiders on August 9th.

Only time will tell. For the Cowboys sake, hopefully he passes all the tests, and gets back on the field soon.

 

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