The Mexican offensive lineman will remain on the practice team as an exemption from the NFL International Player Pathway Program.
The dream of Mexican offensive lineman Isaac Alarcon to debut in a regular season game with the Dallas cowboys You’ll have to wait.
As Carlos Nava from ESPN, Alarcon will not be part of the 53-player squad of the Cowboys for the 2021 season, however, he will stay with the practice team as Dallas will again use an exception square as part of the NFL International Player Pathway Program.
Alarcon, who made the transition from tackle to guard, debuted in the preseason with the Cowboys in the Hall of Fame game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
According to Nava, it was four complete offensive series for Alarcon in the middle of the game, in addition to collaborating in the formation of a field goal attempt. In the second half of the fourth period, Alarcon re-entered for a fifth and sixth offensive series.
In the final preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Alarcon was one of the captains of the Cowboys.
Last year Alarcon came to Dallas as part of the international program and was also not promoted to the active squad of the team. The Cowboys can use the exception square of Alarcon for three years.
Last April, Alarcon was drafted by the Calgary Stampeders in the third round of the Canadian Football League Global Draft.
Although Alarcon has a contract with the Cowboys, should you try your luck in the future in the CFL your rights now belong to Calgary.