“I will” – Cowboys wide receiver gives latest update on ankle injury…

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb has provided an update on his ankle injury, confirming that he plans to be on the field for the Thanksgiving Day game against the Washington Commanders.

Despite being listed as limited in the team’s estimated injury report on Monday, head coach Mike McCarthy expressed minimal concern, attributing it to the early timing of the report.

Lamb’s assurance on Tuesday about his availability for the upcoming game indicates a strong likelihood that he will be an active participant.

While he didn’t explicitly state that his ankle is fully healed, his determination to play suggests little hindrance.

The team is set to have a practice session on Wednesday, and based on Lamb’s statement, it appears he will be a full participant. Any deviation from this expectation would prompt questions and explanations from both Lamb and the Cowboys.

In the previous game against the Carolina Panthers, Lamb’s performance was comparatively subdued by his own standards, recording six receptions for 38 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys’ 33-10 victory.

This followed a remarkable streak of four consecutive games with 117 or more receiving yards and three consecutive games with 11 or more catches.

Despite the quieter game, Lamb remains a significant contributor, ranking second in the NFL for receiving yards (1,013) just behind Tyreek Hill (1,222).

In fantasy football, he holds the third position among receivers, averaging 21.5 points per game this season.

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