Report: Receiver Danny Coale Breaks Left Foot, Will Undergo Surgery

Recently drafted wide receiver Danny Coale will undergo surgery later this week to repair a broken left foot suffered Tuesday, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Coale was a fifth-round pick in 2012 NFL Draft, but suffered the broken foot on the first day of OTAs. From the Dallas Morning News:

Coale, who was selectted in the fifth round of the NFL Draft last month, was checked out by the team's trainers and underwent an MRI exam.

At this point, it is uncertain when he will return to action.

Coale was considered a candidate for the third wide receiver position, left open by Laurent Robinson's signing with Jacksonville. It also hurts the Cowboys special teams, where Coale was expected to contribute.

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