Orlando Scandrick To Undergo Surgery

Photo by The Associated Press

Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick is set to undergo surgery in a week to fix his left index finger.

Scandrick initially injured his finger in OTA’s last May after deflecting a pass by backup quarterback Jon Kitna. He played the entire season — which he finished with one interception and 2.5 sacks – with a splint on the injured finger.

It is nice that Scandrick will go ahead and finally get the surgery he needs to fully recover. Unfortunately for Scandrick and the Cowboys fans, he is not undergoing surgery to fix all the times he was burned this season.

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