Ex-Michigan cornerback out for season after injury in Cowboys win

The last play of Jourdan Lewis’ 2022 NFL season was an interception.

The ex-Michigan standout picked off Jared Goff in the fourth quarter of the Dallas Cowboys’

24-6 win over the Detroit Lions in Dallas on Sunday. After a short return, he was tackled,

and suffered what has been reported as a Lisfranc fracture in his foot.

He reportedly underwent surgery on Sunday night and is out for the season.

Lewis was a third-round pick by Dallas in 2017 and has appeared in 83 games for the franchise.

Sunday’s interception -- which came with the Cowboys leading by just four -- was the eighth of his career.

At Michigan, Lewis was a two-time All-American and the Big Ten’s cornerback of the year in 2016.

He is best known for a diving, one-handed interception to seal the victory against Wisconsin that season.

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