The results of the MRI Bryant underwent on his injured knee are expected to be released Wednesday, ESPN.com reports.
Bryant was able to return to Sunday's game after injuring his knee, but he was still sent for an MRI after the contest to determine the extent of his injury. It's not entirely clear when the test on Bryant's knee was performed, but the details of the exam should provide an update on his health heading into Week 4.
Hicks is not in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Red Sox.
Hicks started six of the last eight games in right field, but he went just 1-for-8 over the last two days, so he will give way to Mason Williams on Wednesday night.
Zimmerman recorded two hits in three of his last six games, but the veteran will get a day to rest with the
Fua dealt with a knee injury during the early portion of the preseason, but may have suffered a setback resulting in his Injured Reserve designation. The Cardinals signed Joplo Bartu to provide additional depth at inside linebacker with the open roster spot.
Bryant will seemingly feel the after-effects of the injury suffered on the Cowboy's' first drive of this past Sunday's game for some time, as intimated by head coach Jason Garrett, who said that the team will take his recovery "day-to-day, week-to-week." Garrett is hopeful that the standout wide receiver will miss no time as a result, but Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported Bryant may suit up this week, or sit out three weeks in order to tend to the injury. With such a range of timetables for Bryant's next appearance, his status will be watched diligently in advance of Sunday's contest at San Francisco.
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