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NFL Injury Report:
The Dallas Cowboys were without wide receiver Dez Bryant and
running back DeMarco Murray during Thursday’s practice, while running back
Felix Jones was limited.
Bryant continues to be hampered by a sore hip that kept him
out of practice, but the receiver did say that he expects to play against the
Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. He’s caught 41 passes for 488 yards and two
touchdowns this season.
Murray was able to shed his walking boot, but he hasn’t
returned to practice as he continues to recover from a sprained foot. Dallas is
being cautious with the running back, who said that he’ll have to wait and see
if he’ll be able to suit up Sunday.
If Murray is unable to go this weekend, Jones could get a
majority of the carries once again if he’s healthy enough to play. He was
limited yesterday due to his bruised knee and hurt shoulder that he sustained
during last weekend’s contest against the New York Giants.
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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant may be questionable for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons but that did not stop him staying out late. While originally thought to be breaking curfew, Bryant sought and received permission from the Cowboys to go to the Dallas based ‘Private’ nightclub.
“Filed to ESPN. Dez Bryant was given approval to go out late last night. He...
IRVING, Texas DeMarco Murray didn't practice Wednesday and its uncertain if hell play Sunday night in Atlanta.
The second-year running back, who has missed the last two games with a sprained left foot, hasnt practiced since Oct. 12.
Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said Wednesday that the team is being cautious, not wanting Murray to return too soon and suffer...
According to Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has ben stripped of his primary punt return duties after struggling to hold on to the football during last week’s loss to the Giants.
I understand that Bryant is the Cowboys’ best weapon, but they need to have him focus on running better routes and dropping fewer balls before they have him returning...
Maybe I shouldn’t have hit my momma T…
Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins said yesterday that his office is going forward with a domestic violence case against Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant. “We’ve accepted the charges from the DeSoto Police Department,” Watkins said. “At this point, we will make a determination on the best direction that we’ll...
Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant (hip) is questionable for Sunday's game after participating in just the walk-through portion of Friday's practice. He hasn't practiced all week, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.Fantasy Spin:Bryant is dealing with a hip injury he suffered on his near touchdown at the end of Sunday's game against the Giants. He could be a game-time...
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray will miss his third consecutive game because of a sprained right foot.
The Cowboys on Friday listed Murray as out for Sunday night's game against undefeated Atlanta. Also out are linebacker Dan Connor (neck), center Phil Costa (ankle) and defensive tackle Sean Lissemore (ankle).
Receivers Dez Bryant (hip) and Kevin Ogletree (hamstring...
Dez Bryant will be allowed to stay out past midnight this weekend. Um…why? Do the Cowboys not realize that Dez Bryan is Dez Bryant? Does Jerry Jones even know this is happening?
Perhaps they forgot about this 911 call his mother made accusing Dez of assaulting her…
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray and receiver Dez Bryant were among seven players who were not seen practicing Wednesday.
Bryant hurt his hip at the end of the Cowboys 29-24 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday. Murray continues to be hampered by a sprained left foot. They werent spotted on the practice field along with center Phil Costa (ankle) and defensive lineman Sean...
Per a report from Robert Littal of BlackSportsOnline.com, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant broke self-imposed curfew rules by staying out past midnight. Bryant was spotted at a Dallas Nightclub with Delonte West, and a tweet from @DJKLassik is what alerted people Bryant was out (the tweet has since been deleted):
If Bryant was in the club, the rules he may have broken...
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant missed practice on Thursday with a hip injury, but still expects to play in Sunday's matchup with the undefeated Atlanta Falcons.
Bryant injured his hip on his acrobat catch in the closing seconds of Sunday's loss to the New York Giants.
Originally it appeared that the catch gave Dallas the lead in the final minute, but following an official...
Over the summer, the Dallas Cowboys implemented a set of rules for Dez Bryant to abide by in order to help him stay out of trouble off the field. One of those rules stated that he had to be home by midnight unless a team official knew he was staying out later. Bryant may have broken curfew early Saturday morning.
According to Black Sports Online, Bryant was at a club in Dallas called...
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According to Black Sports Online, ESPN has reported that the Dallas Cowboys didn’t give wide receiver Dez Bryant permission to stay out past his curfew last night, but his advisor David Wells did.
Wells confirmed he approved for Bryant...
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was given approval to be out past midnight on Saturday morning.
Bryant, who is under several guidelines put forth by the team and his adviser David Wells, stemming from a July arrest for a Class A misdemeanor charge for domestic violence regarding an incident with his mother, was unavailable for comment.
One of the conditions he must abide by...
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo says he trusts Dez Bryant.
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One of the most recent examples came during Sundays 29-24 loss to the New York Giants. Romo threw his...
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Murray still wasn't practicing to start the week after missing two games in a row, and there's a very good chance he sits out Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. The Cowboys have said they&...