LOOK: Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott practices after suffering devastating ankle injury

It was back on October 11 of last year that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott suffered an absolutely horrific season-ending ankle injury in a game against the New York Giants.

At that point, there was absolutely no telling when Prescott would return or whether he’d ever be 100% again. Now, 225 days later, Prescott is back on the practice field throwing passes to wide receivers during the opening of the Cowboys’ organized team activities.

That has to be an absolutely beautiful sight for the Cowboys’ brass and their fans.

The injury Dak Prescott suffered was classified as a compound fracture and dislocation to his right ankle. It was one of the most-brutal injuries we’ve seen a quarterback suffer on an NFL field in some time.

It was previously noted that Prescott would be 100% and ready to go for the start of training camp in July. Now that he’s already on the practice field, it’s a good bet this will in fact be the case.

Prescott, 27, inked a four-year, $160 million extension with the Cowboys back in March. The hope here is that he will be able to help the team recover following an ugly six-win 2020 NFL season.