QDez Bryant
WR DAL (7)
2 days ago1 Comment

Bryant (concussion) will go through individual work during Sunday's practice, Jon Machota of Dallas News reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bryant suffered a concussion during Monday's practice and has been sidelined for nearly a week now. He'll be back on the practice field Sunday, but will be limited to individual work, while being held out of team drills. It appears Bryant is nearing a full return, which means he should be good to go for the team's regular season opener. However, there's a good chance he's held out of the Cowboys' preseason finale versus the Texans on Sept. 1.

QDez Bryant
WR DAL (7)
1 week ago

Bryant sustained a concussion during practice Monday and won't play in Thursday's preseason game, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bryant has looked sharp in two preseason contests so missing the third game shouldn't be a major worry. His concussion isn't thought to put his status for the regular season in question, but as with any concussion that outlook could quickly change.

QDez Bryant
WR DAL (7)
1 week ago

Bryant secured both of his targets for 46 yards and a touchdown in Friday's 41-14 preseason victory over the Dolphins.

EDGE Analysis

The Pro Bowl receiver looked even better than in his preseason debut against the Rams last week and was able to successfully connect with both Tony Romo and Dak Prescott for his two catches. Bryant hauled in an 18-yard throw from Romo in the game's second possession before bringing in a 28-yard rainbow from Prescott down the left sideline early in the second quarter to give the Cowboys a 14-0 lead at the time. The seven-year pro has looked fully healthy and raring to go for the 2016 campaign over his first pair of preseason contests and has now encouragingly shown rapport with both of the team's top two signal-callers.

QDez Bryant
WR DAL (7)
2 weeks ago

Bryant (heel) made the start in Saturday's 28-24 preseason loss to the Rams despite initially not being expected to play and grabbed two passes for 28 yards and a touchdown.

EDGE Analysis

The All-Pro made a surprise appearance in the starting lineup and showed up in impressive fashion on his sole possession. Bryant made an impressive leaping grap for a first down on the left sideline over cornerback Coty Sensabaugh on his initial catch, and then came back with a 10-yard beauty of an 10-yard touchdown catch by the left pylon where he effectively boxed out Sensabaugh and fell back into the end zone on top of him. The Cowboys' No. 1 receiver looked to be in fine form after a forgettable 2015 and demonstrated good chemistry with rookie Dak Prescott, who got the start in place of the resting Tony Romo. Bryant will now look to put together a similarly successful encore when he has an opportunity to play with Tony Romo as early as next week.

QDez Bryant
WR DAL (7)
2 weeks ago2 Comments

Bryant (heel) won't play in Saturday's preseason game at Los Angeles, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bryant's practice participation was impacted early in training camp due to a blister on his heel, but his veteran status likely factored into the reasoning of Dallas' decision makers. With Tony Romo (collarbone) also sidelined Saturday, Bryant may have to wait for the Cowboys to give the all-clear to the signal caller before the standout wide receiver takes the field in the preseason.

QDez Bryant
WR DAL (7)
1 month ago6 Comments

Bryant is currently dealing with a blister on his heel, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.

EDGE Analysis

The team does not seem too worried about the blister, as WR coach Derek Dooley indicated Bryant was "fine". It would not be surprising if the team exercised a bit of caution with their star wide out during the next few days of camp in order to avoid a lingering issue. Bryant was surprisingly candid about his work ethic during his holdout prior too the Cowboys' 2015 season, and implied he wanted to increase his activity in this year's training camp.

QDez Bryant
WR DAL (7)
2 months ago

Bryant (foot) will be a full go July 28 when training camp begins, The Ft. Worth Star-Telegram reports.

EDGE Analysis

Though fully recovered from January surgery, Bryant has only been a partial participant at minicamp, with the Cowboys unsurprisingly opting for an abundance of caution. Bryant made an interesting admission Thursday, saying he doesn't think he worked hard enough last year, when he missed most of the team's offseason program due to a contract holdout. He now plans to significantly increase his activity level during the six weeks between minicamp and training camp, with his docket including some individual work with Tony Romo, who has already been cleared for all activities.

QDez Bryant
WR DAL (7)
3 months ago

Bryant (foot) had an X-Ray performed on his foot Wednesday and has been given the green light to increase cutting and participation in football drills, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bryant is nearing a full return to the field, but is still expected to be a bit limited for the time being. The X-Rays indicated he's progressed enough in his rehab to allow him to increase his participation in football drills, but he's yet to be given full clearance for offseason practices. Bryant still appears to be on pace in regards to his full availability for training camp, but we'll have to wait for further updates on his status as the team's three-day mandatory minicamp nears on Jun. 14.

QDez Bryant
WR DAL (7)
3 months ago

Bryant will have an X-ray in the next few weeks to determine if he'll receive full clearance to resume football activities, the Dallas Morning News reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Cowboys have relayed that Bryant is expected to be cleared for offseason practices in early June, but an X-ray appears to be the linchpin for the final decision. With OTAs taking place until their three-day mandatory minicamp commences on June 14, the organization will wait with bated breath for the news that Tony Romo's (back) No. 1 target is officially back in the fold.

QDez Bryant
WR DAL (7)
4 months ago1 Comment

Bryant (foot) is on track to be fully cleared for offseason practices in early June, the Dallas Morning News reports.

EDGE Analysis

Though recovering as expected, Bryant likely still needs a few weeks to regain full health. There doesn't seem to be any question about his availability for the start of training camp, as he'll be more than six months removed from his most recent surgery. Meanwhile, Tony Romo (collarbone) is expected to be a full participant at OTAs in late May.