Blake Jarwin’s 2020 season could be over already.

Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin left before halftime during Sunday’s season opener against the Rams. According to Charean Williams of Pro Football Talk, the Cowboys “fear” that Jarwin tore his ACL after suffering a “non-contact” knee injury.

During the offseason, Dallas signed the 26-year-old tight end to a three-year, $24.5 million dollar extension.

Jarwin will have an MRI on Monday to confirm. Before he exited the game, he had one catch for 12 yards.

Cowboys have two tight ends remaining on the roster with veteran Blake Bell and Dalton Schultz who began his second year.


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More Cowboys Injury Notes

  • Linebacker Leighton Vander Esch is sadly, injured again. Vander Esch suffered a broken collarbone in the first quarter. He will have surgery and be out for 6-8 weeks. The third-year linebacker also had neck surgery in the offseason.
  • The tackle position is thin for Dallas. During a field goal try in the second quarter, backup right tackle Cameron Erving injured his left knee. It was diagnosed as a sprained MCL. He will have an MRI on Monday. Erving signed a one-year, $2.5 million dollar deal in the offseason.

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