Bryant has already begun rehabbing from his most recent foot and ankle surgeries, The Dallas Morning News reports. "We felt like the surgery went well and he's still getting back, it's still a process," Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said, "but we're glad we got it done almost immediately after the season so it's given him plenty of time to come back and all reports are that everything has been positive up to this point." With a full offseason to rehab and recover, Bryant is expected to be at 100 percent heading into next season and look more like the receiver who averaged 91 catches, 1312 yards and 14 TDs between 2012 and 2014 than the one who played in only nine ineffective games in 2015 due to a broken foot.
Bryant will undergo surgery on his foot and ankle Wednesday, the Dallas Morning News reports. He'll get a bone graft in his foot to further strengthen the spot that he initially injured in Week 1, as well as having a bone spur removed from his ankle. With a full offseason to recover, Bryant is expected to participate in the Cowboys' OTAs beginning in April. The multiple injuries contributed to his worst season in the NFL in 2015, and Bryant finished the year with just 31 catches on 72 targets for 401 yards and three TDs in nine games.
Bryant (ankle/foot) is headed to IR, per coach Jason Garrett. As a result, Bryant will miss the Cowboys' regular season finale, with the report adding the star wideout is eventually slated to undergo surgery on his ankle and foot, with an eye toward being healthy in advance of the 2016 season. The wideout's frustrating 2015 campaign thus concludes with Bryant having recorded 31 catches for 401 yards and three TDs in nine games, all career-lows.
Bryant (foot/ankle) is considered "day-to-day" in advance of Sunday's game against Washington. The Cowboys plan to continue to evaluate Bryant over the next few days, but with the team 4-11 and out of playing contention, rushing the star wideout back to action for the team's season finale carries little upside.
Bryant (foot/ankle) will not play Sunday against the Bills, Nick Eatman of DallasCowboys.com reports. As expected, Bryant will sit out Sunday after missing practice throughout the week due to the foot and ankle ailments. In Bryant's absence, Terrance Williams figures to step in as the de facto No. 1 receiver for quarterback Kellen Moore.
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