Dez Bryant
WR DAL (6)
2 days ago

Bryant secured eight of 14 targets for 63 yards during Sunday's 37-9 loss to the Cowboys.

EDGE Analysis

Quarterback Dak Prescott was seemingly under pressure all night, possibly due to the absence of 2016 All Pro tackle Tyron Smith. As a result, Prescott wasn't always able to deliver accurate throws and frequently looked to be getting rid of the ball earlier than he wanted to. These hardships directly translated to Bryant, who also looked to be getting double-teamed on a consistent basis. While the struggles are very real, there's hope for Dallas' passing attack going forward if the team can replicate the success they had on the ground Sunday. If a more balanced attack can be attained, additional passing lanes figure to open up for Bryant on the whole.

Dez Bryant
WR DAL (6)
5 days ago

Bryant (knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bryant was held out of practice to start the week but returned as a full participant Thursday and Friday. The Cowboys are facing a prolific offense without Ezekiel Elliott (suspension) around to help control the clock, potentially setting Bryant up for a high-volume outing. Of course, volume hasn't always translated to efficiency against the Eagles, with opposing wideouts producing 118 catches for 1,495 yards and six touchdowns on 210 targets -- good for a 56 percent catch rate and 7.2 yards per target.

Dez Bryant
WR DAL (6)
6 days ago

Bryant (knee) was a full participant at practice Thursday, Jane Slater of NFL Network reports.

EDGE Analysis

In his return to drills, Bryant shed any question about his ability to play through a knee injury Sunday against the Eagles with an uncapped session. The matchup could provide plenty of opportunity for targets, as Philly's opponents have more often than not been in catch-up mode this season.

Dez Bryant
WR DAL (6)
6 days ago

Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett indicated that Bryant (knee) will practice Thursday, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bryant's practice reps have been managed carefully in the Cowboys' four official practices since their Week 9 win over the Chiefs, a game in which the wideout sustained knee and ankle injuries. Though it appears only the former issue is bothering Bryant at this stage, the Cowboys could opt to limit his involvement during Thursday's session. Even so, Bryant seems to be trending toward suiting up and taking on a full workload Sunday against a vulnerable Eagles pass defense.

Dez Bryant
WR DAL (6)
7 days ago

Bryant (knee) didn't take part in practice Wednesday, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Cowboys appear to be in preservation mode with their most important skill-position player outside of Dak Prescott. As evidence, Bryant followed a DNP/DNP/limited practice regimen last week, which may replicated over the next couple days. If he does return to drills Thursday and/or Friday, he'll be in line for numerous targets Sunday against the Eagles' 26th-ranked pass defense.

Dez Bryant
WR DAL (6)
7 days ago

Bryant (knee/ankle) wasn't present for the portion of Wednesday's practice open to the media, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bryant only practice once last week -- a limited session Friday -- yet ended up playing 81 percent of the offensive snaps in Sunday's 27-7 loss to the Falcons, catching four passes for 39 yards on a team-high eight targets. There isn't much reason to think he's in danger of missing Sunday's game against the Eagles, as he seemed to escape the Week 10 blowout without any setbacks. Philadelphia's defense is shaky on the perimeter, but most opponents have been unable to take advantage while facing pressure from an excellent group of pass rushers. There's also a good chance starting cornerback Ronald Darby (ankle) will play for the first time since Week 1.

Dez Bryant
WR DAL (6)
1 week ago

Bryant caught four of eight pass attempts for 39 yards in Sunday's 27-7 loss to the Falcons.

EDGE Analysis

The Dallas offense struggled mightily to sustain drives as it was missing RB Ezekiel Elliott (suspension) and OT Tyron Smith (groin). As a result, QB Dak Prescott was under pressure or on the ground much of the day, with very little time to throw deep. Bryant will look to rebound against a much weaker Philadelphia secondary in Week 11.

Dez Bryant
WR DAL (6)
1 week ago

Bryant (knee) is active for Sunday's game at Atlanta, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Outside of Dak Prescott, Bryant is the best bet to be the centerpiece of the Cowboys offense during Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension. After brushing off knee and ankle injuries, Bryant will attempt to exploit a Falcons defense that has allowed 12.2 YPC and four touchdowns over the last four contests.

Dez Bryant
WR DAL (6)
1 week ago

Bryant (knee/ankle) is expected to be a "full go" Sunday in Atlanta, Ed Werder reports.

EDGE Analysis

With Ezekiel Elliott beginning his six-game suspension, Bryant is easily the most-talented skill-position player at Dak Prescott's disposal moving forward. Bryant has yet to reach the 100-yard threshold this season, but the absence of Elliott may force the Cowboys offense to the air more often against the Falcons' 10th-ranked pass defense.

Dez Bryant
WR DAL (6)
1 week ago

Bryant (knee/ankle) has said he will play Sunday against Atlanta, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

EDGE Analysis

After missing practice the first two days of the week, Bryant returned as a limited participant Friday and was listed as questionable on the final injury report for Sunday's game in Atlanta. He was said to be moving well in practice Friday, so this report adds to the outlook that he will play. However, fantasy owners should check his status before Sunday's 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff.