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Dez Bryant’s injury status is a daily headline. Late Friday it was revealed that the injury is serious enough to keep Bryant from playing under normal circumstances.
Because the Dallas Cowboys are in the playoff hunt, Bryant stated that he will risk permanent damage to his left index finger to help his team make the post-season.
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After seeing two doctors and both advising Dez Bryant have surgery, Dez will look to delay the surgery to his index finger. If Dez can look catch and play in practice the Cowboys will clear him to play against the Steelers. To me, I think this is going to be more as a decoy, I’m not sure he’ll be as effective obviously. That being said, I look for Dwayne Harris and Cole Beasley...
ARLINGTON, Texas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said Sunday night that Dez Bryant will likely need a bone graft to fill in the fracture in the wide receiver's left index finger.
The procedure Jones described would involve taking bone tissue from Bryant's hip and placing it into the injured finger joint.
But Bryant said that's not happening.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told 105.3 FM The Fan that wide receiver Dez Bryant’s fractured finger will likely never be the same again.
“It’ll be a challenge with the flexibility of the finger, probably, for the rest of his life,” Jones said, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “I think he’ll still be able to use it and use it in a way that he’ll be successful on...
After reports originally surfaced that Dez Bryant may miss the rest of the season for the Dallas Cowboys, the wide receiver now intends to play on Sunday as his team fights to remain in the playoff hunt against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
With a broken index finger, Bryant said that he intends to play through the pain. The Cowboys will place a splint on the finger and see how Bryant...
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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IRVING, Texas Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett confirmed Thursday morning that Dez Bryant's Wednesday visit with a second hand specialist revealed "pretty similar" information to the first examination. Bryant has a fractured left index finger that requires surgery.
But that doesn't eliminate the Cowboys wide receiver from playing on Sunday against the Pittsburgh...
The mystery as to whether or not Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant will play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers appears to be no more as Ed Werder of ESPN Dallas is reporting on Thursday that Bryant has informed the team that he intends to delay the operation on his fractured left index finger suffered in the Cowboys win last week over the Cincinnati Bengals after meeting...
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
It will certainly be interesting to see how well Bryant plays with...
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant will try to play this Sunday against the Steelers after visiting a hand specialist for his fractured left index finger. The Cowboys’ medical staff will attempt to devise a means of protecting the finger that also enables Bryant to function as a wide receiver. Bryant will be limited in practice on Thursday...
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...
Finally, the Dallas Cowboys win a big game that could have gone either way in the month of December over a though Pittsburgh team. It’s a three way tie in the NFC East with Washington and NY but the Cowboys actually lost ground in the wild card hunt as Minnesota slide into playoff contention.
A couple of thoughts about the game.
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