Cowboys have 'no concerns' over Prescott's knee issue
Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett insists he has no worries about Dak Prescott's knee issue.
The quarterback was named on Dallas' injury report after he "banged up" his knee during a run in the Cowboys' 24-22 wild-card win over the Seattle Seahawks last weekend.
However, Garrett told reporters on Wednesday he has "no concerns" over Prescott's knee ahead of Saturday's Divisional Round clash against the Los Angeles Rams.
For his part, Prescott fully expects to be fit and available.
"My knee is good,'' he said. "It's great.''
Prescott threw for 226 yards with a touchdown and an interception in the team's victory over Seattle. He also added 29 yards and a score on the ground.