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 and said no diagnosis has been made and that no decision has been made regarding Bryant's availability for the next game or any future games. Earlier reports suggested Bryant might need surgery on his finger, which he injured while making a touchdown reception on Sunday. In the past five games, four of which Dallas won, Bryant has 525 receiving yards and seven touchdowns on 33 catches. Bryant has 75 catches for 1,029 yards and nine scores for the season.