Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb suffers head injury in loss to Chiefs

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The Dallas Cowboys entered Sunday without their No. 1 receiver. They had to finish it without their No. 2 receiver as well.

Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb exited the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at halftime after sustaining a head injury in the final minute of the second quarter. Fox Sports' Erin Andrews soon reported that he had been ruled out for the rest of the game, which the Chiefs eventually won, 19-9

The injury appeared to occur during Chiefs cornerback Charvarius Ward's interception of Dak Prescott. The Cowboys quarterback had been targeting Lamb, whose head hit the ground hard as he and Ward landed next to each other (video above).

That development was hardly what the Cowboys needed after entering halftime down 16-3 on the road. 

Dallas was already without top receiver Amari Cooper, who was ruled out for Sunday's game and the Thanksgiving game after being placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Depending on how severe Lamb's injury is, the Cowboys could be without both receivers in four days against the Las Vegas Raiders.

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