​Cowboys All-Pro center Travis Frederick, who missed all of 2018 with Guillain-Barre Syndrome, ​underwent surgery in mid-January on his torn labrum and reports indicated that he would be ready for the start of the 2019 season. 


Well, according to Frederick himself, he is one step closer to returning to the football field. 


In an interview with a Dallas news station, the 27-year-old stud said that he is 90-95 percent healthy and that he hopes the attend offseason workouts in April. 

What amazing news for not only Dallas, but the rest of the ​NFL. It's always pleasing when one of the league's best is nearing a return after a lengthy spell on the sidelines, especially when you consider the absurdity of Frederick's circumstances. 


Without the four-time Pro Bowler, the Cowboys dropped from second in the league in rushing in 2017 to 10th in 2018. 

He is quite simply the MVP of that offensive line and his return could potentially transform them back into the world beaters they were from 2015-2017. 


We like to think that Frederick will be one of the favorites for Comeback Player of the Year in 2019. Get excited, Dallas fans.