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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.
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Bryant (shoulder) had nine catches on 14 targets for 85 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Texans.
Bryant's best play of the game came on a miraculous 37-yard reception in overtime that only a handful, if that, of receivers in the NFL can make, which helped set up Dan Bailey's game-winning 49-yard field goal. After a four-catch, 55-yard performance in Week 1, Bryant has scored in all four games since, while recording at least 85 yards in three of those contests. He remains an elite fantasy wideout, although he's got a tough matchup against the Seahawks in Week 6.
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Bryant (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Texans.
Bryant has scored in three straight games and will work against an average Houston pass defense (14th in passing yards allowed). Feel free to start him with confidence.
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Bryant (shoulder) is probable for Sunday's game against Houston.
Bryant practiced fully all week, so his shoulder ailment is once again safe to ignore heading into the weekend. With a touchdown in three straight games, Bryant is safely in WR1 territory in almost any format.
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Bryant (shoulder) was a full practice participant Wednesday, Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Despite hauling in just three balls Sunday against the Saints, Bryant has now reached the end zone in three consecutive games, salvaging fantasy value for all. During that span, he's been dealing with the shoulder injury, meaning only a setback would place his Week 5 availability in peril.
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Bryant (shoulder) caught three passes for 44 yards and touchdown on six targets in Sunday's 38-17 win over the Saints.
Trailed by Saints CB Keenan Lewis for most of the night, Bryant was quiet until he scored the game-icing touchdown in the final four minutes of the fourth quarter. The Cowboys once again went run-heavy, as Tony Romo attempted just 29 passes. The team's potent, balanced offense could lead to more scoring chances, but it also figures to hurt Bryant's volume, one year after he drew 160 targets. He still has at least six targets in each contest this season, with 33 total through four games.
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Bryant (shoulder) is active Sunday against the Saints, Bryan Broaddus of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Limited in practice all week due to a shoulder injury, Bryant is nonetheless suiting up and available for his owners. He's a more than palatable option against a Saints defense that has yielded 12.9 YPC to opposing wideouts this season.
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Bryant (shoulder) is probable for Sunday's game against New Orleans.
Bryant's shoulder injury is a manageable one, as he practiced all week, albeit in a limited capacity. Even though Tony Romo is so far struggling in 2014, Bryant is still averaging 9.2 yards per target.
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Bryant (shoulder) was limited in Wednesday's practice, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Bryant has now logged two appearances with his shoulder injury, combining to reel in 16 balls (on 21 targets) for 192 yards and two touchdowns. Despite the capped practice, owners should worry little about his availability for Sunday night's game versus the Saints, as he likely sat as a precaution.
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Bryant (shoulder) made six catches on seven targets for 89 yards, including a 68-yard touchdown, in Sunday's comeback win at St. Louis.
Bryant got completely wide open on his long touchdown, as the Rams clearly had busted coverage. He didn't do much with his other five catches though, but the final stat line looks good. The dynamic wide receiver remains a must start every week.