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Bryant (shoulder) is listed as active for Monday's game against Washington.

Feel free to roll with Bryant as you normally would, on the heels of his nine-catch, 151-yard effort against the Giants in Week 7.

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Bryant (shoulder) is probable for Monday's game against Washington.

Although Bryant remains on the injury report, the shoulder issue hasn't limited him in practice at all since Week 4, so there's no reason to think he'll be inhibited in any significant way Monday. The 25-year-old currently ranks ninth in the NFL in receiving yards with 590, following a nine-catch, 151-yard effort against the Cowboys last Sunday.

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Bryant (shoulder) practiced fully Thursday.

For the fourth consecutive week, Bryant is beginning the week of preparation unhindered in drills, yet he's again found his name on the injury report. On the season, he's turned just shy of 10 targets per game into 45 grabs for 590 yards and four scores, assuring his place as a starter in fantasy lineups across the land.

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Bryant (shoulder) had nine catches on 12 targets for 151 yards in Sunday's win over the Giants.

Bryant was extremely quiet in the first half, but exploded over the final 30 minutes, catching seven passes for 136 yards. As usual, Bryant made a number of tough grabs in traffic, and appeared to have scored in the fourth quarter, but the touchdown was instead placed at the one-yard line. He could be in line for another big game next week, as he'll face a suspect Redskins' secondary.

Dez Bryant WR DAL 2 Months

Bryant (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Giants.

The Giants have been lackluster against the pass this season, and cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is banged-up. Roll with Bryant as you normally would.

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Bryant (shoulder) is probable for Sunday's game against the Giants.

Bryant's shoulder issue continues to stay out of the way, as he practiced fully all week. The Giants have allowed 7.9 yards per pass this year, which is good news for a heavily-targeted player like Bryant. Giants cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (back/hamstring) is questionable for the game, too.

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Bryant (shoulder) was a full participant in practice Wednesday, the Cowboys' official site reports.

Bryant continues to brush off his shoulder concern and take in a large volume of Tony Romo (back/ankle) passes. Although Bryant's touchdown streak ended at four contests Sunday in Seattle, he still aided fantasy pursuits with four catches for 63 yards, both of which ranked second-worst to date across his six-game slate.

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Bryant (shoulder) had four receptions on 10 targets for 63 yards in Sunday's 30-23 upset win at Seattle.

Bryant was held in check by Richard Sherman, although he nearly scored on a 23-yard catch, but was just tripped up by Sherman as he was about to race to the end zone. He did have a huge 16-yard catch on 3rd-and-5 late in the fourth quarter that helped set up the go-ahead touchdown. The star wideout has been dealing with a minor shoulder injury for weeks, but it hasn't prevented him for his usual production. Expect Bryan to post even better numbers next week at home against the Giants.

Dez Bryant WR DAL 2 Months

Bryant (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.

The Seahawks undoubtedly have a great defense, but good receivers have been having success against them this season, including Jordy Nelson (nine catches, 83 yards), Emmanuel Sanders (11 catches, 149 yards) and DeSean Jackson (5 catches, 157 yards). Feel free to roll with Bryant as you normally would.

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Bryant (shoulder) is probable for Sunday's game against Seattle.

Bryant has the worst matchup possible as the Cowboys head to Seattle this week, but it's hard to imagine many scenarios where his fantasy owners could justify putting him on the bench. The targets almost have to be there -- he has 47 through five games -- and the Seahawks just might be more worried about DeMarco Murray than they will be Bryant.