Dak Prescott will not take the field for the Cowboys' preseason finale against the Seahawks on Friday, per Dallas beat writer Clarence Hill Jr.

The Cowboys' starting quarterback has not notched any in-game action this preseason despite being fully healthy 

Prescott didn't play in the preseason last year as he continued to recover from a devastating leg injury 

he suffered during the 2020 season. This year, his absence from preseason action likely

stems from his veteran status and a desire to keep him healthy ahead of the 2022 campaign. 

While Prescott hasn't notched any in-game action this preseason, he has impressed during training camp practices 

Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones says this year is the 

"best camp" he's ever seen out of the former fourth-round draft pick.

After not suiting up for any preseason action in 2021, Prescott took the field and delivered a 403-yard 

three-touchdown performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 1.