Cowboys Fear TE Blake Jarwin Has Season-Ending ACL Tear


Michael Gehken reports that the Cowboys fear TE Blake Jarwin suffered a torn ACL during Sunday’s game against the Rams.

"<strongThe team will have Jarwin undergo an MRI to reveal the full extent of the injury, but Gehlken says the belief is that he’s out for the season.

This was a non-contact injury for Jarwin, who stopped while running a route before grabbing at the back of his knee.

The Cowboys have Dalton Schultz and Blake Bell on their roster at tight end. 

Some of the notable free agent options include Delanie Walker, Charles Clay, Jeff Heuerman, Ed Dickson and Lance Kendricks.

Jarwin, 26, signed on with the Cowboys as an undrafted free agent out of Oklahoma State back in 2017. He joined their practice squad coming out of the preseason his rookie year and was promoted to their active roster shortly after. 

The Cowboys signed Jarwin to a three-year, $24.25 million extension this past March that included $9.25 million guaranteed.

In 2019, Jarwin appeared in all 16 games and recorded 31 receptions for 365 yards receiving (11.8 YPC) and three touchdowns.

We’ll have more regarding Jarwin as the news is available.

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