Clarence Hill Jr., Dallas beat writer, reports that Dak Prescott won't play in Friday's preseason finale.

Despite being fully healthy, the Cowboys' starting quarterback hasn't played in any preseason games.

During the 2020 season, Prescott suffered a devastating leg injury that kept him out of the preseason. 

Keeping him healthy ahead of 2022 likely drove his absence from preseason action this year.

Prescott hasn't played in a game this preseason, but he's impressed during training camp. 

Former fourth-round draft pick Stephen Jones says this is the best camp he's ever seen out of the Cowboys.

As a rookie, Prescott delivered a 403-yard, three-touchdown performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 1. 

Dak and the Cowboys will play their 2022 season opener against the Buccaneers once again.

Ben DiNucci and Cooper Rush mostly take in-game shots. Practicing in a limited capacity, Will Grier.