Cowboys Rookie Biadasz "Good To Go" After Offseason Shoulder Surgery

By 105.3 The Fan
DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - Cowboys rookie offensive lineman Tyler Biadasz will enter his first training camp with a clean bill of health. 

Biadasz spoke to members of the Dallas media Wednesday for about 12 minutes before technical difficulties got in the way. 

Before that happened, the former Wisconsin Badger said his shoulder has fully recovered after he underwent a scope in the offseason.

"I'm good to go. I'm going out competing at my best and putting my best foot forward for this team," Biadasz said, via Jon Machota of The Athletic

The 21-year-old said he was able to get his rehab work done at the Wisconsin facilities without any issues. 

Biadasz will compete with Connor Williams, Connor McGovern and Joe Looney for the starting left guard and center spots.