Cowboys will finally have all three receivers healthy, as Amari Cooper will reportedly be activated

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The Dallas Cowboys got off to a great start this season and still have rarely been completely whole on offense. 

Michael Gallup injured his ankle in the opener. When he came back, Amari Cooper went to the COVID-19 list. CeeDee Lamb suffered a concussion. The Cowboys lost three of their last four games. 

Dallas has time to rebound and they'll apparently have all three receivers ready for Thursday night's game at the New Orleans Saints. A report said Cooper will be activated from the COVID-19 list despite some worries about that earlier this week. 

Amari Cooper expected to play

Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News reported Cooper will be activated. That means he'll likely play against the Saints. Lamb has been cleared too. 

Cooper still had some symptoms this week, reports said, but must be feeling better. 

The Cowboys have been dealing with injuries for a bit and finally hit a slump. They are coming off a bad loss on Thanksgiving to the Las Vegas Raiders, one that will make it very hard for them to get the No. 1 seed in the NFC. They got more bad news this week, as coach Mike McCarthy won't be on the sideline in New Orleans due to COVID-19. 

At least the offense should be fairly healthy. Maybe the Cowboys can start to turn their season back around. 

Dallas Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper is expected to return on Thursday night. (Photo by George Walker/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
Dallas Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper is expected to return on Thursday night. (Photo by George Walker/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
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