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Cowboys’ QB Dak Prescott’s MRI results for calf injury, revealed

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The Dallas Cowboys (5-1) and their fans can take a deep breath: Dak Prescott is going to be OK.

The MRI results for Prescott’s calf injury came in on Monday, and NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported the quarterback is “looking good” after undergoing various medical tests.

“He’s going to be right,” Rapoport said about Prescott’s outlook going forward.

Prescott was in a walking boot following Dallas’ 35-29 overtime win over the New England Patriots on Sunday. He strained his right calf on his walk-off 35-yard touchdown toss to CeeDee Lamb. Afterward, Dak downplayed the seriousness of the injury.

Here’s Rapoport’s full recap of what he’s hearing from Cowboys camp:

As Rapoport noted, Cowboys CEO Stephen Jones echoed the optimism on local radio earlier on Monday.

The Cowboys have a bye in Week 7, so Prescott has two weeks to recover. Rapoport said Prescott will likely remain in a walking boot for a few days, just to avoid any risk of re-aggravation.

The Cowboys will pay a visit to the Minnesota Vikings on Halloween for a Sunday night matchup in Week 8.

Prescott has been superb this season. He ranks fifth in the NFL in passing yards (1,813), second in completion percentage (73.1), third in TDs (16 – against four picks), and fourth in QB Rating (115.0).