Earlier on Wednesday at SB Nation Dallas, Jonathan Tjarks talked about the offensive line for the Dallas Cowboys, and how big questions marks still remain. Dallas' offensive line took a hit on Wednesday, as free agent addition Mackenzy Bernadeau underwent hip surgery over this past weekend, and will be sidelined for 10-12 weeks while he recovers.
According to multiple sources, Bernadeau, who signed a four-year, $11 million deal as a free agent in March, had surgery over the weekend to repair a tear in his right hip and the hope is he could be back in 10-12 weeks.
Bernadeau's agent declined comment.
Well, that's certainly not good news. As Todd Archer over at ESPN Dallas pointed out, Bernadeau was signed to be a starter, after leaving Carolina for Dallas this past offseason.
If Bernadeau is out closer to 12 weeks, then he'll be likely to return sometime in mid-August from his injury. Consequently, Bernadeau is likely to miss a fair amount of training camp as he recovers from his injury.
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