Good news continues to arrive about Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott.
A day after Prescott threw in practice for the first time since undergoing surgery on his right thumb last month, Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said Prescott "had a good day yesterday" and will do more during practice Thursday.
"Mike McCarthy: 'Dak had a good day yesterday. It went well.' He will do more today" -- Jon Machota
McCarthy's update comes after Prescott himself said he felt "great" following his Wednesday throwing session.
McCarthy did not indicate whether Prescott has a chance to suit up when the Cowboys visit the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles for Sunday Night Football, although it's thought to be a long shot. McCarthy said Wednesday that the team is preparing as if backup Cooper Rush will be the starter Sunday.
Rush has performed well since Prescott suffered a fracture in his thumb during a Week One loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Cowboys are 4-0 with Rush as their starting quarterback this season.