In the first quarter of Sunday's 44-21 win against the Los Angeles Rams, Fox analyst Troy Aikman said Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has a "hairline fracture on the top of his index finger." However, a source told ESPN that the quarterback does not have a fracture.
Speaking Monday, coach Jason Garrett did not confirm whether Prescott does or does not have a fracture of his right index finger.
"I don't want to get into the medical part of it," Garrett said. "I do know he has a little injury to his index finger. Again, he works through it and does what he needs to do."
Prescott suffered the injury in the Cowboys' loss to the Chicago Bears on Dec. 5 but did not miss a day of practice last week, the story said. He had the finger taped during practice and had tape on the finger to start the Rams game but took it off after the first quarter, the story added.