Dez Bryant
WR FA
7 months ago

Bryant (knee/ankle) was moving well during Friday's practice, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.

EDGE Analysis

After missing practice the previous two days, Bryant returned as a limited participant Friday and was listed as questionable on the final injury report for Sunday's game in Atlanta. Jon

Machota of The Dallas Morning News supports the notion that Bryant looked comfortable at Friday's practice, adding that the wideout has been in good spirits and seems like he's on track to play. That being said, the Cowboys' final decision may not be known until the team releases its inactive list approximately 90 minutes before Sunday's 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff. Brice Butler likely would take on most of the vacated snap if Bryant were to miss the game.

Dez Bryant
WR FA
7 months ago

Bryant (knee/ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest at Atlanta, The Dallas Morning News reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bryant returned to drills in a limited capacity Friday, but his array of lower-body ailments will keep his playing status in question heading into the weekend. Expect his availability to be cleared once and for all upon the release of the Cowboys' inactive list 90 minutes before Sunday's 4:25 PM EDT kickoff.

Dez Bryant
WR FA
7 months ago

Head coach Jason Garrett expects Bryant (knee) to practice Friday, David Helman of the Cowboys' official website reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bryant was unable to practice either Wednesday or Thursday, so any level of participation at Friday's session would be a boon for his Week 10 status. More details regarding his availability for Sunday's matchup with the Falcons should emerge later Friday.

Dez Bryant
WR FA
7 months ago

Bryant (knee/ankle) didn't practice Thursday, The Dallas Morning News reports. However, he's expected to practice Friday and suit up Sunday at Atlanta, according to Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News.

EDGE Analysis

Assuming he upholds his prediction and takes the practice field Friday, Bryant will have a great chance to play through an ankle sprain and bruised knee Week 10. His services are in greater demand following Thursday's legal ruling on Ezekiel Elliott, whose six-game suspension was reinstated. Bryant's upcoming matchup against the Falcons may be a difficult one, though, as they've conceded 7.0 YPT and seven touchdowns in eight games to wide receivers this season.

Dez Bryant
WR FA
7 months ago

Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said that Bryant (knee/ankle) will be no more than a limited participant at best in the team's practice Thursday, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bryant sustained both a sprained ankle and bruised knee in the second half of Sunday's win over the Chiefs, with Garrett indicating that the latter injury is the more serious concern for the wideout at this juncture. After being held out of Wednesday's practice and seemingly trending in a similar direction for Thursday, Bryant will probably need to increase his involvement in Friday's session in order to ease fantasy owners' worries about his availability heading into the Week 10 matchup with the Falcons. Regardless, Bryant looks destined to retain an injury designation when the Cowboys issue their final practice report Friday.

Dez Bryant
WR FA
7 months ago

Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said Bryant is dealing with a sprained ankle and bruised knee and will be held out of practice Wednesday, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bryant suffered the injuries while trying to haul in a reception during Sunday's win over the Chiefs, resulting in his early departure from the contest. According to Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Wednesday that Bryant's availability for the Week 10 matchup with the Falcons was uncertain, but the wideout's participation level in practices Thursday or Friday should carry more weight regarding his status.

Dez Bryant
WR FA
7 months ago

Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said Monday that Bryant is nursing a knee issue in addition to his ankle injury, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The sprained ankle resulted in Bryant's removal from Sunday's win over the Chiefs, but the wideout still finished with a fairly productive line of six catches for 73 yards on 11 targets. It still sounds like Bryant's ankle is the more serious concern of the two injuries, but the Cowboys are optimistic neither will result in the wideout missing the Week 10 matchup with the Falcons. Garrett said the Cowboys would evaluate Bryant on a "day by day" basis, however, so don't be surprised if Bryant's practice time is monitored carefully throughout the week.

Dez Bryant
WR FA
7 months ago

The ankle injury Bryant suffered in Sunday's win over the Chiefs was described as "not serious," Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

EDGE Analysis

Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett classified Bryant's injury as an ankle sprain after the contest, with the wideout similarly downplaying the severity of the issue. The Cowboys could limit Bryant's practice time this week while he likely battles some ongoing soreness, but at this time, the team doesn't seem to be fearing his absence for the Week 10 matchup with the Falcons. Bryant finished the game against Kansas City with six catches for 73 yards on 11 targets before departing in the second half.

Dez Bryant
WR FA
7 months ago

According to head coach Jason Garrett, Bryant has a sprained ankle, Damon R. Marx of The Dallas Morning News reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bryant was unable to return to Sunday's contest after getting injured, finishing the game with six catches for 73 yards. The star wideout said in a post-game interview that his ankle was sore, but that he hoped he would be fine by the end of the coming week. As a result, it wouldn't be surprising to see him limited or absent at practice this week as he tries to recover before a key matchup against the Falcons in Week 10. Bryant has had an up-and-down year so far in 2017, with a line of 38 receptions for 439 yards and four touchdowns through eight games.

Dez Bryant
WR FA
7 months ago

Bryant is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus the Chiefs due to an ankle injury, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports.

EDGE Analysis

According to Todd Archer of ESPN.com, Bryant was "dinged up" on a hit during the Cowboys' second touchdown drive of the second half. Bryant was subsequently examined by team doctors while his teammates culminated the drive with Cole Beasley's second TD of the game. If he's unable to return, Bryant will finished the game with six catches (on 11 targets) for 73 yards.