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Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant and running back DeMarco Murray were able to return to practice at a limited capacity yesterday after sitting out Wednesday’s session, while linebacker DeMarcus Ware wasn’t able to suit up for the second day in a row.
Bryant continues to recover from a finger injury. It was initially reported that the injury could sideline the wide receiver for the remainder of the regular season. However, Bryant has since come out and said that he plans on playing through the pain.
Murray missed practice Wednesday due to his foot injury, but he was able to return Thursday as a limited participant. Beyond Murray and Bryant, cornerback Morris Claiborne (concussion), safety Charlie Peprah (foot) and offensive lineman Ryan Cook (knee) were also limited during Thursday’s practice.
Ware continues to be sidelined due to his elbow injury. It’s not clear if he or defensive lineman Jay Ratliff, who missed practice Wednesday and Thursday with a groin injury, will be able to play this weekend against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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Dez Bryant’s injury status has been the hottest topic coming out of Dallas this week.
Bryant broke his left index finger during Sunday’s win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Reports surfaced just after the injury occurred that Bryant could be shut down for the year.
After that tidal wave of ifs and maybes subsided, definitive answers are coming forth.
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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...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryan has decided to play in Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Albert Breer of NFL Network and NFL.com reports. This according to a team source.
Bryant's decision came after gaining a second opinion Wednesday on the broken finger he suffered in a Week 14 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
The source told Breer the Cowboys...
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="559"] Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has finally developed into an elite wide receiver which makes his injury hurt that much more.[/caption]
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The Dallas Cowboys have put a wraps on their Friday practice as they prepare to host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday and their final injury report of the week is now out.
Defensive tackle Jay Ratliff (groin) is the only player that has been ruled out for the game after he underwent surgery for a sports hernia on Thursday.
Linebacker DeMarcus Ware (elbow) failed to practice for...
Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware revealed that he’s been battling through a hyperextended elbow injury and that he’ll wear a brace on Sunday, per Jon Machota.
“It’s good,” Ware said. “I’ll just wear a little brace in the game. I’ll be good.”
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According to ESPN’s Ed Werder the Dallas Cowboys have figured out a way to protect wide receiver Dez Bryant’s fractured finger.
Cowboys have solution to protect Dez Bryant’s broken finger that allows him to catch passes but will be painful game for him #cowboys
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) December 14, 2012
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The Thursday injury report for the Dallas Cowboys is now out as they continue to prepare to host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
Defensive tackle Jay Ratliff (groin) underwent surgery for a sports hernia on Thursday in Philadelphia, and will most likely be placed on injured reserve by Sunday. He is out this week regardless.
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