Really need a game that gives back when they visit New Orleans Saints on Thursday, Dallas Cowboys will be shutting down a major player for another week – again due to COVID-19. The group announced on Sunday that Terence Steele, a fallback that has gone to startup (switched to fallback then restarted), has been moved to the Subs/COVID-19 roster and will not be with the team this week.
By Thanksgiving, it was widely received Amari Cooper missed a second game in a row due to COVID-19 and the Cowboys are anxiously assessing him this week for his readiness to face the Saints.
Steele joins offensive team coach Joe Philbin, assistant offensive team coach Jeff Blasko and assistant offensive coach Scott Tolzien on the COVID/Standby list – all of which have been ruled out for Week 13. From a roster perspective, that would add La’el Collins correct handling after the Cowboys put Steele back into the role in their loss first Las Vegas Raiders on Thanksgiving, before making the decision to pull Steele for Collins only to change their mind shortly after.
Head Coach Mike McCarthy preached about having continuity first Dak Prescott, but the Cowboys had anything but it was late, due to both voluntary and involuntary reasons. The Cowboys got a small goodbye after their showdown with the Saints and, without a hitch, Steele will be available for the Week 14 game against the Washington Soccer Team on December 12.
https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/cowboys-terence-steele-moved-to-reservecovid-list-ruled-out-of-week-13-battle-with-saints/ Cowboys’ Terence Steele Moved to Subs/COVID roster, knocked out of Week 13 battle with Saints