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Trevon Diggs is out for Rest of the Season with Dallas Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys Trevon Diggs tore the cruciate ligament in his right knee.

Later that day, an MRI confirmed Trevon Diggs’ knee injury after he left the locker room on crutches.

Dak Prescott, the quarterback, remarked, “A couple of you (media) watched him coming off the field. So, let’s pray for him and hope for the best… Just like that.”

According to a team source, Diggs’ injury happened during one-on-one non-contact drills. Trevon Diggs had a fantastic start to the season.

Pro Football Focus reports that through the first two games, opponent quarterbacks’ passer ratings when entering coverage are 1.0.

He has 20 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles, and one pass intercepted.

According to the Cowboys’ statistics, he has only completed two throws for a total of 26 yards so far this season. Dallas will be in Arizona this week to play the Cardinals.

It is quite likely that DaRon Bland will take his spot as the main nickel, replacing Jourdan Lewis, who played his first game last Sunday against the New York Jets since suffering a left foot injury in October.

Trevon Diggs, who was selected in the second round of the 2020 Draft, has 18 interceptions in 47 games since joining the NFL.

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