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Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant is suffering from back spasms that
cropped up during Sunday's loss to the Chiefs. Bryant came out of
the opener with a foot sprain but was able to play the next week in
Kansas City. The latest ailment probably won't keep him out of
BEST OF MAXIM
Jason Garrett reacts to one of several Cowboys miscues in Sunday’s loss
Just when the Dallas Cowboys want to make you believe that their a different team, they follow their same old script that’s plagued them for recent seasons.
The team wants you to believe things are changing for the good, and they’re moving in the right direction.
Then bam! A step backwards.
Dez Bryant, still really good at football. Bryant had this remarkable diving catch Sunday against the Chiefs where he was ruled down just short of goal line. For some reason, Andy Reid decided not to challenge the play even though it appeared as though the ball hits the ground. Bryant has 5 catches for 100-yards in the 1st quarter. Three plays later Dez got his TD.
It came as a surprise to no one that Dez Bryant didn’t do any of his classwork at Oklahoma State, because he isn’t the brightest guy around. With that being said I am going to cut him a little slack here.
While on Twitter last night this exchange took place between Bryant and Basketball Wives Draya courtesy of The Big Lead.
Now, I am not going to post the Vagina in question...
Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant is suffering from back spasms that cropped up during Sunday's loss to the Chiefs.
Bryant came out of the opener with a foot sprain but was able to play the next week in Kansas City. The latest ailment probably won't keep him out of action, either.
"We don't think it's some big issue," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Monday...
Terry Bradshaw was a very solid quarterback in the 70′s for the Pittsburgh Steelers, but boy was he upset with the Dallas Cowboys this week. Bradshaw went off on the Cowboys as well as the suspect play calling by Bill Callahan. Bradshaw first started off by saying “I was extremely disappointed in what I saw in […]
IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is not practicing today.
Bryant, who injured his back Sunday in Kansas City, was at practice on Wednesday but not in pads.
During his Wednesday morning press conference, Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett was asked about Bryant's back and if he anticipated the 24-year-old practicing.
"I think it's sore and we...
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was held out of today’s practice with a sore back.
Cowboys WR Dez Bryant not practicing today with sore back. DE Anthony Spencer was on a stationary bike in the weight room.
— Brandon George (@DMN_George) September 18, 2013
Bryant had a very good game this past week against the Chiefs. He had nine receptions for 141 yards and 1 touchdown.
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant did not practice on Wednesday, according to Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News.Fantasy Spin:Bryant is nicked up with the sore foot from last week and a back that tighened up during last week's game, so this time off isn't unexpected. Barring a setback, he'll be ready for St. Louis on Sunday.
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (sprained left foot) has shown no ill-effects from the injury he suffered in the fourth quarter against the Giants.Fantasy Spin:Bryant was ready to play from the opening whistle, grabbing five balls in the first quarter for 100 yards and a touchdown. Let's see what he does over the next 45 minutes.
Tweet The Dallas Cowboys committed to Tony Romo with a big contract extension earlier this year so the spotlight will be even brighter than normal on the franchise’s quarterback to produce. That job becomes a bit easier when you have Dez Bryant making plays like this for you down the field. There’s little doubt […]
There were quite a few injury scares for the Dallas Cowboys in their 36-31 win over the New York Giants Sunday night. However, it appears "America's Team" will be just fine when they march into Arrowhead Stadium Sunday, for their Week 2 matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs. Here is your Week 2 injury report for the 'Boys. Linebacker Ernie Sims did not practice...
Maybe the Cowboys should lobby for a Week 2 bye in the future. For the second consecutive season, they followed up an exciting win over the New York Giants with a loss.
The only slightly redeeming thing about this year's Week 2 loss is the Cowboys didn't get blown off the field. But Andy Reid's dominance of the Cowboys continued with Kansas City's 17-16 win in front...