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Cowboys WR Cedrick Wilson suffers knee injury in fourth quarter, to miss 4-to-6 weeks, per report

Cedrick Wilson of the Dallas Cowboys warms up before the game against Washington at FedExField on September 15, 2019 in Landover, Maryland. Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images

MRI UPDATE: Wilson got an MRI on his knee on Friday and it revealed damage, but not a torn ACL. He is expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks, according to beat writer Calvin Watkins.

UPDATE: An x-ray came back negative on Wilson’s knee. He left on crutches and will get an MRI on Friday, according to beat writer Michael Gehlken. There is concern, according to Gehlken.

Cowboys WR Cedrick Wilson (left knee) on crutches. Visibly disappointed. X-ray showed nothing, he said, but an MRI on Friday is expected to be more revealing. Concern here.

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver and kick returner Cedrick Wilson suffered a knee injury with 20 seconds left in the fourth quarter of Week 14 Thursday Night Football. He appeared to hyper-extend his left knee on a deep passing attempt. Trainers came out to check on him, and eventually he was able to limp off the field under his own power.

Wilson’s injury happened on the only target he received in the passing game. He has been primarily a kick returner. In this game, he had three returns for 64 yards, with a long of 22 yards.

In this his second season, Wilson has five receptions for 46 yards.