NFL Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver Michael Gallup Retirement

Dallas Cowboys might have won the first two games of NFL 2019 season but things could change soon for them. Michael Gallup, the wide receiver for Cowboys have been badly injured in the Week 2 Sunday night game. It was so bad that Gallup had to undergo an MRI report and the severity of the injury is still unknown.

Gallup was one of the main reasons behind both the victories of Cowboys. He made six receptions for 68 yards against the Giants and seven for 158 yards against the Redskins. There are rumors that he will retire from NFL 2019 season as he undergoes surgery and the Cowboys would face a lot of trouble without him.

Injury during Redskins Game

Michael Gallup Retirememt Rumors

Cowboys vs Redskins Week 2 game brought another victory to Jerry Jones and his Dallas team but two of their players were badly injured. The nose tackle Antuan Woods also suffered an MCL sprain. Michael Gallup had a fracture in his left knee which could be way worse than it appears.

Both the players were not able to walk and were placed on the sideline with crutches. There is no word from the Cowboys side of the injury details of Gallup but they could be hiding the fact for not losing their betting odds and goodwill for the rest of 2019 season games.

Cowboys would be in Trouble

Cowboys in Trouble due to Gallup Injury

Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliot, Amari Cooper, and Michael Gallup were leading the Cowboys offense in an amazing and now one of the wheel is broken. If Gallup is retired for the entire season, the Cowboys would suffer a lot in the playoffs.

The All-Pro wide receiver Cooper will now face most of the attacks and it will be a tough job for him. In the absence of Gallup, even Prescott can’t play his natural game with no one passing him the throws. Dallas Cowboys should hope that MRI reports are normal and Gallup can make a comeback in the team soon.