Former Ohio State running back and current Dallas Cowboy Mike Weber injured his knee during Dallas' rookie mini-camp Saturday and will have an MRI done soon, Pro Football Talk reported.
Weber hurt his knee during the morning practice and was forced to sit out the afternoon practice as well.
“He hurt his knee in the practice, so they’re going to get an MRI and just kind of check it out,” Dallas head coach Jason Garrett said to ESPN's Todd Archer after the practices.
DT Trysten Hill
RB Tony Pollard
CB Michael Jackson
DE Joe Jackson
S Donovan Wilson
RB Mike Weber
DE Jalen Jelks
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Weber, who was drafted in the seventh round, was in competition with former Memphis running back Tony Pollard to be the immediate back-up behind former Buckeye Ezekiel Elliott. The spot opened after another former Buckeye, Rod Smith, signed with the Giants.