The Dallas Cowboys are poised to bolster their offense this month.
The All-Pro left tackle has missed the entire 2022 season after suffering a severe hamstring injury during the preseason.
Fans are excited for Smith to rejoin the team's offensive line for a Super Bowl run.
Without the eight-time Pro Bowler, rookie Tyler Smith has played commendably at left tackle. However, owner Jerry Jones previously said the older Smith would return at left tackle with this year's first-round pick moving to left guard.
The Cowboys are now 9-3 with the NFL's best point differential (127) following Sunday night's 54-19 blowout over the Indianapolis Colts. A healthy Tyron Smith makes an even more dangerous title contender.
Per ESPN's Ed Werder, the typically optimistic Jones wouldn't rule out the 31-year-old returning for Sunday's game against the 1-10-1 Houston Texans. However, the Cowboys are probably more focused on getting Smith back in time for a huge Week 16 matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles.