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Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (sprained left foot) was listed as a full participant in Wednesday's practice but coach Jason Garrett confirmed that Bryant took fewer reps than usual to protect his foot, according to Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com.Fantasy Spin:Bryant suffered the foot injury in the fourth quarter Sunday night against the Giants but he appears to be on track to start against the Chiefs in Week 2. New York made it a point to blanket Bryant in Week 1 and he had just four catches for 22 yards on eight targets. Fantasy owners don't need to panic.
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Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant returned to practice Thursday after testing his sprained foot for the first time on Wednesday.
Bryant didn't take his full allotment of snaps on Wednesday, but did enough to bolster the belief that he will be on the field Sunday at Kansas City.
"Dez did some work yesterday. It wasn't a complete practice for him, but it seemed like he responded...
Dez Bryant showed signs of becoming a superstar in the second half of the 2012 season. And that's why he received the bulk of the Giants' attention during the Cowboys' 36-31 win Sunday.
Bryant only caught four passes for 22 yards, but his presence paved the way for big games from Jason Witten and Miles Austin. In fact, Witten became Romo's primary option in the red...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant practiced today, but defensive end Anthony Spencer did not, according to Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas. Bryant is dealing with a mildly sprained foot, while Spencer continues to recover from the knee surgery he underwent at the end of July.Bryant was a full participant during yesterday's practice session, but head coach Jason Garrett admitted...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant defended the Oklahoma State football program against allegations posed by SI by saying he never got paid while in college, though he wishes he did. The former Oklahoma State receiver tweeted this message on Tuesday, which he later deleted: Bryant’s time at Oklahoma State involved controversy. He put up […]
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (sprained left foot) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.Fantasy Spin:Just getting on the field on Wednesday means he's better than we expected. He suffered the injury in the fourth quarter Sunday night against New York. He's expected to play Sunday and hopefully will find more room to run than in Week 1.
IRVING, Texas Dez Bryant is living in a new world, according to Cowboys coach Jason Garrett. That world is one in which he is constantly double-teamed by opponents.
Bryant's first entry into his new world was Sunday night when the New York Giants took him out of the action, for the most part, by constantly having a safety cover him in addition to a cornerback.
New York Giants defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins says Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones needs to “clean his glasses” for saying he faked an injury during Sunday’s season opener. “Maybe he should get his son-in-law to clean his glasses a little better,” Jenkins said of Jones, via ESPN.com, referring to a video clip of Jones having his glasses wiped by his son-in-law. “I...
It never fails, the moment the first week of NFL games are complete millions of fantasy football players around the world frantically hit the waiver wire looking for the sleeper that will carry their team to victory.
If you watched the Dallas Cowboys game this week, something you had to notice different about the team was toughness. You watched star players come out the game like Dez Bryant and Tony Romo, but it didn’t matter. At halftime of the game, several media places reported that Romo would not return. Well guess what […]
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the Cowboys expect Tony Romo (ribs), Dez Bryant (foot) and Morris Claiborne (shoulder) to all play this week against the Chiefs.
At this point, Cowboys expecting Tony Romo, Dez Bryant and Month Claiborne will all start against Chiefs at Arrowhead. All hurt Week 1
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) September 11, 2013
Claiborne will wear a harness to...