Cowboys Designate CB C.J. Goodwin To Return From IR

The Dallas Cowboys have designated CB C.J. Goodwin to return from injured reserve on Wednesday, according to Calvin Watkins.

This officially opens a three-week window of time for the Cowboys to add Goodwin to their active roster or he would revert back to injured reserve.

Goodwin suffered a broken forearm last month, which led to him being placed on injured reserve.

Goodwin, 28, originally signed on with the Steelers as an undrafted free agent out of California of Pennsylvania back in 2014. He bounced on and off their practice squad before signing on with the Falcons’ practice squad.

Goodwin had brief stints with the Bengals, Giants, and 49ers before signing on with the Bengals during the preseason. Unfortunately, he was waived coming out of the preseason and later signed to the Bengals’ practice squad.

The Cowboys added him to their roster back in October.

In 2018, Goodwin appeared in two games for the Cowboys and recorded one tackle and no interceptions.


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