Cowboys' Byron Jones has hip surgery



Jones, who has not missed a game in his four-year career, is hopeful to be ready for training camp. While his hip surgery figures to sideline him for organized team activities in the spring, Archer said the hope is that Jones will be healthy by the start of training camp over the summer.

That work to solidify the defensive line is a good start (after losing so many potential impact bodies), but now that All-Pro cornerback Byron Jones has had hip surgery, the Cowboys have to monitor their secondary as well. The plan was to see if time off would help alleviate the discomfort, but Jones opted to have surgery during the offseason because he was still experiencing soreness.

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Jones has appeared in all 64 regular-season games since getting drafted by Dallas in the first round back in 2015.

Jones, who played his collegiate football at the University of CT, was originally selected by the Cowboys in the first round (27th pick overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft. He moved to corner last season after playing two seasons at safety. Able to play outside and inside in the slot, Jones compiled 67 tackles and 14 passes defended last season.

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