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IRVING, Texas During his Wednesday morning press conference, Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Dez Bryant was scheduled to see another doctor later in the day to evaluate his left index finger.
Garrett also said he didn't anticipate Bryant practicing Wednesday because there is still swelling in his finger.
"We're just going to see where he is," Garrett said. "We're going to get that information. One of the things we know about Dez is that he's a tough guy and he loves playing football. He's going to give himself and give our team every chance possible to play in this ballgame and continue to play this season. We just need to get more medical information about how to handle the situation in the best way right now and for the future."
Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said Tuesday on radio station 105.3 The Fan that Bryant would be the ultimate decision maker on whether he could play through the injury or choose to have season-ending surgery.
Garrett said the decision to play or have surgery will not be Bryant's alone.
"There are a lot of people who are involved in the decision," Garrett said. "Certainly, the player has a lot to do with his willingness and ability to play. The medical part of it is a big piece, and his ability to function is a big piece. So, we'll continue to evaluate that today. We'll get some more information today, and we'll try to make our best decision going forward."
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The Dallas Cowboys are concerned that Dez Bryant, their best wide receiver, could miss the rest of the season with a finger injury, multiple media outlets reported Monday. Cowboys head coach Hason Garrett told Nick Eatman of the team's official website that Bryant's status is "50-50." Garrett told reporters later Monday that Bryant was visiting doctors Monday...
The Dallas Cowboys reportedly fear that Dez Bryant’s finger injury could keep him out for the rest of the season.
Nick Eatman of the TrueBlue Fan Club says Bryant is going to see a hand specialist, and that the finger injury could keep him out for the season. The team is awaiting results of the meeting.
Head coach Jason Garrett also reportedly told Eatman that the chances Bryant...
Richie Whitt of CBS Dallas reports that wide receiver Dez Bryant may miss the rest of the season due to torn ligaments in his finger.
Bryant initially believed he merely suffered a sprain, and even scored a 27-yard TD while playing through the injury. This kills the Cowboys playoff hopes now, and unfortunately also is a major blow to fantasy owners while contending...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is currently visiting with a hand specialist after suffering what is believed to be a torn ligament in his hand during yesterday’s win over the Bengals.
There’s a chance Bryant’s season could be over and there’s a chance he can play with it.
Just talked to Jason Garrett… he said its 50-50.. Said Bryant is going to see hand specialist...
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant is seeing another doctor to help determine if he can play the rest of this season with a broken finger on his left hand.
Coach Jason Garrett said Wednesday that the team and the player are getting more medical information to figure out the best way to handle the situation. He says Bryant's health now and going forward...
The Pittsburgh Steelers travel to Dallas on Sunday to play the Dallas Cowboys, who now appear like they might be without their star wide receiver Dez Bryant.
David Moore of the Dallas Morning News is reporting Monday afternoon that Bryant injured his left index finger Sunday in the Cowboys win over the Cincinnati Bengals and that injury might require him being shut down for the...
Nick Eatman reports that he recently spoke with Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett who mentioned that Dez Bryant will meet with a hand specialist. Eatman adds that he believes Bryant will not be placed on IR.
Richie Whitt of CBS Dallas reports that Cowboys WR Dez Bryant suffered torn ligaments in his finger during Sunday’s win over the Cincinnati Bengals and will...
Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant met with doctors on Wednesday. Bryant is looking for medical options leading up to Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Bryant is expected to play in the game as he has said “they’d have to break my leg to keep me out.”
Missing practice was expected from Bryant, Dwayne Harris will take his snaps for Wednesday. Speaking at a press...
IRVING, Texas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett says the play-or-not-play determination on Dez Bryant's fractured finger will be "a medical decision.'' Cowboys owner Jerry Jones tells 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday that Dez himself will have the "ultimate decision" about undergoing the season-ending surgery that on Monday afternoon club sources said they considered...
A volatile exchange between Jay Ratliff and owner Jerry Jones after a game earlier this month did not result in any disciplinary action for the injured nose tackle.
Sources who witnessed the verbal altercation said it flared up and just as quickly passed.
Head coach Jason Garrett was asked about the exchange in his Monday press conference.
I dont want to get into any specifics...
Tough loss for the Bengals. They had the Cowboys beat. This game was not lost because of bad officiating (although there was some) or being outplayed. It was lost because the Bengals failed to play a good game. They dropped passes, failed to execute and the defense got beat when they needed stops the most.
Peter King did approach the subject of the hit Reggie Nelson laid on Dez Bryant...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has always supported head coach Jason Garrett, but if the team struggles for the rest of the season, could he look for a higher-profile replacement? SI’s Peter King believes that’s a possibility.
In his weekly “Monday Morning Quarterback” column for Sports Illustrated, King dropped in this nugget:
I would not be at all surprised if the Cowboys...