The Dallas Cowboys sit just over a week away from their first game of the season and Ezekiel Elliott is missing. Sure, that's a little dramatic - we know he's in Cabo training - but the star running back is still holding out for a new contract.
But Elliott isn't the only question facing the Cowboys this season.
The team needs to decide what to do with third-round pick Connor McGovern. According to a report from ESPN's Todd Archer, the former Penn State star suffered a setback in his recovery.
McGovern suffered a partially torn pectoral muscle earlier in the summer. Now it appears he could be placed on the injured reserve.
"Third-round pick Connor McGovern suffered a setback in his recovery from a partially torn pectoral muscle, putting his status for the season in jeopardy," Archer said on Thursday afternoon
Archer said McGovern took part in only two training-camp practices after suffering the injury. As for the severity of the injury, Archer said the team is unsure if McGovern will need surgery.
McGovern was named Third-Team All-Big Ten in his final season at Penn State. Dallas selected him with the No. 90 overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft.
Stay tuned for more on his injury.