FRISCO, Texas — Pro Bowl cornerback Byron Jones had hip operation Wednesday, however the expectation is he will be all set for the beginning of Dallas Cowboys training camp, according to sources.

The problem cropped up late last season and the expectation has been time off could alleviate the issue. With Jones still experiencing discomfort, the movement has been made to have operation currently therefore it wouldn’t impact the normal season.

Jones thrived under leading coach and passing game coordinator Kris Richard at 2018, moving straight back to corner back after spending the previous two seasons at safety. Jones didn’t intercept a pass, but he led the Cowboys with 15 pass breakups, was appointed to the Pro Bowl and has been a second-team All Professional.

Jones, 26, has not missed a game in his career. He’s set to play with this season on the fifth-year option values $6.26 million. The Cowboys have had discussions with Jones’ representative about a Possible extension, but also the group’s focus appears to be about deals for DeMarcus Lawrence, Amari Cooper along with Dak Prescott Right Now.

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