Cowboys fans, no need to panic ... Jerry Jones says Dak Prescott is "doing fine" -- and could play in a game right now, if it was necessary.
TMZ Sports talked to the Cowboys owner outside of Craigs in West Hollywood (Dallas holds training camp at nearby Oxnard, CA) ... and we asked Jones about his injured quarterback.
"He's doing fine."
Prescott -- who signed a 4-year, $160 million contract extension this off-season -- strained a muscle in his throwing shoulder last week ... forcing him to miss practice.
Of course, Prescott sustained a gruesome, season-ending compound fracture and dislocated ankle injury last year ... so Cowboys fans are justifiably uptight about their signal-callers health.
Damn! Dak just put it back like that! Praying for a speedy recovery! pic.twitter.com/reNwLIwHzg— Bemi³ (@Bemi713) October 11, 2020
Damn! Dak just put it back like that! Praying for a speedy recovery! pic.twitter.com/reNwLIwHzg
But, Jerry says if the Cowboys had a game Sunday, Dak could be under center.
"If we were playing a game [today], we could" ... Jones says when discussing Prescott's status.
We also asked Jerry about the Cowboy's COVID-19 vaccination status.
Remember, if 90% of players on a team get the vax, pandemic restrictions are eased -- so hitting that figure is a pretty big deal.
"We're at 90% [vaccination] and going up."
Dak ✅, Vax ✅
All is well in Jerry World.