IRVING, Texas As he entered the Valley Ranch locker room following practice on Thursday, Dez Bryant told a group of reporters that he's playing Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
"Only thing y'all need to know is I'm playing," Bryant said.
The 24-year-old Dallas Cowboys wide receiver has a fractured left index finger that requires surgery. But he could choose to play in Sunday's game with the aid of a splint. Bryant was seen during the media portion of Thursday's practice wearing a padded white glove that allowed the tip of his index finger to be exposed.
Cowboys tight end Jason Witten and cornerback Brandon Carr both said Thursday that Bryant looked good catching the ball during practice.
"I took some reps today," Bryant said. "I took quite a few."
Coach Jason Garrett confirmed Thursday morning that Bryant's Wednesday visit with a second hand specialist revealed "pretty similar" information to the first examination.
"We don't have a definitive plan for Dez right now," G...