Dallas Cowboys hostile lineman Ty Nsekhe spent Thursday night in a neighborhood medical clinic in the wake of being taken by rescue vehicle from training on account of a warmth related disease and won’t play Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Mentor Mike McCarthy said Nsekhe, who is in his first year with the group, has since been delivered from the clinic.
“Our medical staff felt it was best that he spend the evening in the hospital,” McCarthy said.
As the media were conversing with Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper after training Thursday, a Frisco rescue vehicle advanced toward the back passage of The Star and EMTs went inside to help Nsekhe.
The scene was unsettling, particularly with what befell the Cowboys last year when strength and molding mentor Markus Paul fell in his weight room office and passed on two days after the fact.
“I think anytime you’re dealing with heat issues, it’s never comfortable,” McCarthy said. “I think when an individual needs to get an IV, being dehydrated is an uncomfortable feeling. You have guys that may have cramped after hot practice like that but it’s never a comfortable feeling.”
With Nsekhe out, Terence Steele will begin at right tackle against the Chargers, supplanting La’el Collins, who was suspended last week for disregarding the NFL’s substance-misuse strategy. Brandon Knight will fill in as the reinforcement tackle.
Nsekhe’s ailment proceeds with an awful run for the Cowboys since the season-opening misfortune to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Notwithstanding Collins’ suspension, beginning security Damontae Kazee was added to the injury report with a thigh issue that restricted his training time on Thursday. The other beginning security, Donovan Wilson, has not polished for this present week in light of a crotch strain.
On Wednesday, protective end DeMarcus Lawrence experienced a messed up foot by and by. He had a medical procedure on Thursday and was put on harmed save, however he is relied upon to return this season. Wide beneficiary Michael Gallup (calf) was put on harmed save before in the week, and guarded end Randy Gregory is as of now on the hold/COVID-19 rundown and not normal to play against the Chargers.