Dez Bryant

#88 WR / Dallas Cowboys / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 220 lb Age: 27 College: Oklahoma State Bye 6

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INJURY ALERT: Questionable | Foot, knee | Limited practice. Questionable for Week 12 vs. Carolina
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    Cowboys' Dez Bryant: Probable for Thursday

    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.

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    Cowboys' Dez Bryant: Listed as limited

    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.

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    Cowboys' Dez Bryant: No practice Monday

    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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    Cowboys' Dez Bryant: Scores winning touchdown against Miami

    Bryant caught just four of his nine targets for 45 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Dolphins. Bryant and Tony Romo struggled to get on the same page at times in the latter's return to action, but the duo hooked up on a beautiful 16-yard score in the third quarter that ultimately decided the game. Now a month removed of his return from injury, the star receiver should be nearing full strength, and Romo's return to form will boost him back to elite status. The Cowboys will need Bryant at his best when they host the Panthers on Thanksgiving Day.

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    Cowboys' Dez Bryant: Active Sunday

    Bryant (knee/foot) is listed as active Sunday at Miami, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports. Bryant's injury-marred season may soon be forgotten with Tony Romo's (collarbone) return to the lineup. Operating against the Dolphins' 20th-ranked pass defense, Bryant will attempt to hit pay dirt from one of Romo's passes for the first time since Week 17 of last season.

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    Cowboys' Dez Bryant: Probable for Sunday

    Bryant (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday's game in Miami, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports. After missing Wednesday's practice, Bryant returned to limited participation Thursday and Friday. He's probably a bit nicked up, but the impending return of Tony Romo (collarbone) vastly outweighs the impact of any bumps and bruises.

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    Cowboys' Dez Bryant: Limited Thursday

    Bryant (knee) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday, Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. As expected, Bryant's practice reps were capped in his first appearance of the week, which could be a turning point for his and the Cowboys' season with Tony Romo (collarbone) expected to return Sunday at Miami. After corralling double-digit touchdowns in three consecutive complete campaigns from 2012 through 2014, Bryant has an exploitable matchup on tap against a Dolphins defense that has conceded 11 touchdowns to wide receivers this season.

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    Cowboys' Dez Bryant: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    Bryant (knee/foot) was a non-participant in practice Wednesday, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports. Prior to drills, head coach Jason Garrett told Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas that Bryant would be limited. The context likely mattered here, as Bryant will may be contained to limited practices when he is allowed to practice this week. Assuming he progresses as planned, he'll aim to resume his rapport with Tony Romo (collarbone), who is expected to log his first game action since Week 2 this Sunday at Miami.

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    Cowboys' Dez Bryant: Limited in Wednesday's practice

    Bryant will be limited in Wednesday's practice due to knee and foot injuries, Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas reports. Bryant continues to feel the residual effects of his touchdown catch in Week 9, a play in which he hurt his knee and foot. Fortunately, he's actually taking part in the first practice of this week, which will include a fully unleashed Tony Romo (collarbone) once Thursday's practice rolls around. Bryant has fared modestly with Matt Cassel under center, recording 12 catches (on 26 targets) for 161 yards and the touchdown, but Romo's return will do wonders for the stud wideout's potential for the rest of the season.

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    Cowboys' Dez Bryant: Catches five passes against Tampa Bay

    Bryant caught five passes off of 12 targets for 45 yards in Sunday's loss to Tampa Bay. It's hard to tell whether Bryant's inconsistent play over the past three games has been a product of knocking off rust or Matt Cassel throwing him the ball as opposed to Tony Romo. On the Cowboys' last offensive play, Bryant failed to go up for a pass lofted in the end zone, a play he is generally competitive on, and instead tried to draw a pass interference penalty. In his three games back, Bryant has averaged a so-so four catches and 53 yards per contest. Expect those numbers to improve down the stretch, however, with less rust and Romo returning.

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