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Bryant (hamstring) will likely sit out the Cowboys' remaining two preseason games, the Star-Telegram reports.

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Bryant (hamstring) is unlikely to play in Saturday's preseason game against the Vikings, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.

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Dez Bryant WR DAL 1 day ago

After being a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Bryant (hamstring) did only limited individual work Thursday, Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas reports.

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Dez Bryant WR DAL 2 days ago

Bryant (hamstring) increased his practice participation Wednesday.

Dez Bryant WR DAL 4 days ago

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant returned to practice in a limited capacity Tuesday as he continues to recover from a hamstring injury, according to ESPN Dallas. Bryant had not practiced since straining his hamstring during practice on Aug. 6, and he will be eased back in with an outside chance at participating in Saturday's preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings. "[Dez] will get involved in individuals and see how he does and how he responds to that," Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said. "He stayed very engaged, really good in meetings, good at the walk-through, engaged with his coaches, engaged with his teammates. He's a professional." The 26-year-old missed three weeks of practice, but the team was exercising caution with their star player and he still has roughly three more weeks to recover before the start of the regular season.

Dez Bryant WR DAL 2 weeks ago1 Comment

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, who is nursing a slight hamstring strain, will not play in Thursday's preseason opener against the San Diego Chargers, according to ESPN.com. Quarterback Tony Romo and tight end Jason Witten will also be on the sideline, but their absences are not injury related. "Obviously we're not going to rush that," executive vice president Stephen Jones told the Dallas Morning News. "There's a side of this that's good, that maybe we can get him into some better shape when he missed such a significant part of the offseason. There is obviously concern that was verbalized by the organization that we're going to have to manage that situation and I think this will let him, let [athletic trainer] Britt Brown and our training staff and our strength and conditioning staff work with him and get him into even a better place."

Dez Bryant WR DAL 3 weeks ago

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant did not participate in Saturday's practice because of a strained left hamstring, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. The injury is not considered serious.

Dez Bryant WR DAL 3 weeks ago84 Comments

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant appeared to tweak his left hamstring during Thursday's practice, according to the Dallas Morning News. Bryant reportedly came up limping after dunking a ball over the goal posts.

Dez Bryant WR DAL 1 month ago1 Comment

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant will likely be limited at the start of training camp after missing all of organized team activities and minicamp while holding out for a new contract, according to the Dallas Morning News. Bryant held out for a long-term contract, but he should have plenty of time to get up to speed before the start of the regular season after he joins the team next week. "We have to get our hands around Dez, he hasn’t been in a competitive training offseason and you want to make sure you don’t throw him to the wolves," Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said. "He works hard but there’s nothing like working with your teammates in a competitive environment. It’s an art to get through the preseason without significant injuries. Those things happen but we’re going to do everything we can to manage and be better at it."

Dez Bryant WR DAL 1 month ago24 Comments

Bryant signed a five-year, $70 million contract with the Cowboys on Wednesday, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Clarence Hill reports.

The average annual value of $14 million pales in comparison to what Bryant might eventually have gotten as a free agent in 2016 or 2017, but with 64.3 percent ($45 million) of the contract guaranteed, he undoubtedly has the long-term security he was seeking. Coming off three straight seasons with 88+ catches, 1,233+ yards and 12+ touchdowns, Bryant is one of the top wide receivers -- and a likely first-round selection -- in any format. He did his damage on a modest 138 targets last season, and with DeMarco Murray now in Philadelphia, Bryant could be quite a bit busier this season.