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AP Photo According to Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com, Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has looked like the best offensive player so far in camp. “No player has looked better offensively in camp than Dez Bryant,” wrote Archer. “I think he understands the importance of being physically ready to play,” said Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett. “I think he’s been in the offense so he understands what we’re asking him to do more. Dez is an interesting guy. It’s something I’ve talked to him a lot about. He’s one of those guys, he’s about four percent body fat. He takes his shirt off and he’s carved out of a mountain. There’s a sense that, ‘Boy, I’m in shape. I’m ready to go.’ “The guys that I was around as a player and the best receivers I’ve been around as a coach, they could run all day. They could run all day. I tell our guys all the time, Alvin Harper, for all of his craziness as a player, Alvin Harper would run 16 110s at 8:30 in the morning with the 8:30 group and be done a
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