Stephen Jones provides update on Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott's recovery


DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - It's been over a month since Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was lost for the season with an ankle injury, and fans must be wondering how he's doing these days.

The GBag Nation took some time to check up on Prescott during their weekly conversation with Cowboys COO Stephen Jones on Friday afternoon.

"I haven't run into Dak in the last couple of weeks. What I do is get these amazing reports on how he's doing. It shouldn't come as any surprise. He does everything to the 9s and the 10s, he just does it the very best. He's been so diligent in his rehab, and that shouldn't surprise anybody," Jones said on 105.3 The Fan. "They said (the team's medical staff), if anything, he's ahead of schedule and rolling. We expect him to have a full recovery. He avoided any of the complications that come anytime you have a bone that breaks the skin. You worry about infections and he certainly avoided any of that. We're just fortunate to have a guy like Dak. It's been tough not having him out there because his leadership is right at the top with his skill, and what he brings to the table as a quarterback in the NFL."

Prescott underwent season-ending surgery after he sustained a compound fracture and dislocation of his right ankle in the Cowboys Week 5 win over the Giants. It's expected that he'll need four to six months to fully recover from the injury. The Cowboys have lost four straight since he went down.

Listen to entire interview below.

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