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Travis Frederick expected to be limited during Cowboys OTAs

Cowboys Wire logo Cowboys Wire 4 days ago Zeke Barrera
Travis Frederick holding a football ball: Associated Press © Associated Press Associated Press

The return of All-Pro center Travis Frederick ranks high among things Cowboys fans are looking forward to in 2019. Currently on track to be ready for the season opener, Frederick maintained at his recent charity event that he's recovered from the Guillain-Barre syndrome which sidelined him last season. Yet he still likely won't be participating in contract drills during next week's OTAs.

During the Blocking Out Hunter Golf Challenge, Frederick revealed it's labrum surgery that will likely limit him to start the year. He spoke to Dallas Morning News about his overall health, and what the game plan for him will be in the early part of training camp.

It may not be ideal, but shoulder surgery recovery seems like just another speed bump for Frederick to endure during his journey back to the field. Given what its taken him thus far to get to this point, the precautionary approach seems to be the best course to take.


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