Bryant (foot/knee) caught two passes on eight targets for 26 yards in Thursday's loss to the Panthers. He had a shot at a garbage-time TD that would have salvaged his day from a fantasy perspective, but Josh Norman disrupted Bryant just enough to cause the incompletion. Tony Romo was also re-injured in the game and could be lost for the remainder of the year, casting a further shadow over Bryant's value down the stretch of what has been an extremely disappointing season.
Bryant (foot/knee) is active for Thursday's game versus the Panthers, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports. Bryant continues to tend to lingering foot and knee injuries, but he'll brush them off for a third contest in a row. With the emerging Josh Norman likely lined up across from him, Bryant's modest volume may not yield the desired results, barring a visit to the end zone.
Bryant (foot/knee) is listed as probable for Thursday's game versus the Panthers. Bryant has been playing with a balky foot and knee the past two contests, but the return of Tony Romo on Sunday helped the wide receiver tally his second touchdown of the season. While he'll aim to keep up the pace, Bryant may find difficulty achieving that end against a Carolina defense that has allowed just 6.5 YPT and seven total touchdowns to WR this season.
Bryant (foot) was a limited participant at Tuesday's practice. Bryant came out of Sunday's win over the Dolphins without any setbacks, and while he may be a bit banged up, he doesn't seem to be in any danger of missing Thursday's game against the Panthers. Bryant will likely spend much of his afternoon matched up against star cornerback Josh Norman, though the Cowboys may be able to avoid the matchup at times by moving their superstar wideout to the slot.
Bryant (foot/knee) was listed as a non-participant on Monday's injury report, according to the Cowboys' official site. In advance of the last two games, Bryant has followed a practice routine of no activity and two limited showings, meaning his availability really isn't in peril. Outside of a touchdown grab in the third quarter of Sunday's win at Miami, he also didn't benefit much from the return of Tony Romo (shoulder/back), hauling in four of nine passes for 45 yards. With stellar cornerback Josh Norman and the Panthers on deck Thursday, Bryant could again find the going tough.
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