According to Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer, the Cowboys have ruled out Lamb for their Thanksgiving game after he wasn’t cleared out of the concussion protocol.
Lamb had been listed as “questionable” heading into Thursday’s game. There was even optimism he could still suit up despite the short week.
“Cowboys VP Stephen Jones said on @1053thefan that CeeDee Lamb (concussion protocol) is ‘doing really well’ and will have an opportunity to play Thursday. ‘If he were having issues today then you’d probably be a little leery.’ But they’re optimistic because he’s feeling well today.”
Lamb has emerged as the Cowboys’ top receiving weapon in just his second season. The 22-year-old leads all Dallas receivers with 50 receptions for 740 yards and six touchdowns.
With both Lamb and Amari Cooper out after testing positive for COVID-19, the Cowboys will lean heavily on Michael Gallup and Cedrick Wilson versus the Raiders.
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