Cowboys’ Dez Bryant To Return After Bye Week

The Cowboys won’t have to wait much longer to get their top wide receiver back on the field. Yesterday, after the Cowboys beat the Packers at Lambeau Field, Dez Bryant told Jane Slater of the NFL Network (on Twitter) that he’ll be back after the team’s Week 7 bye. "<strong

[You] don’t have to ask me anymore,” he told the reporter. “I’m good…playing against Philly.

Bryant suffered a slight hairline fracture of the tibial plateau in his right knee in Dallas’ Week 3 game against the Bears. There was hope that he would be able to play through the pain without missing time, but doctors also feared that he could turn the injury into something worse on the field. As a result, he has now missed three consecutive games. He’ll get off the sidelines on Oct. 30, however, as the Cowboys face the rival eagles at home.

Bryant, 28 next month, has just 11 passes for 150 yards and one touchdown in his three games this year. He has been in uniform for just 12 of the Cowboys’ past 21 games.

Photo courtesy of USA Today Sports Images.

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5 comments on “Cowboys’ Dez Bryant To Return After Bye Week

  1. Randy Martin

    With the Bye week we should come back at full strength with Scandrick and Claiborne both back and a healthier Tyron Smith and Chaz Green.

    • GeauxRangers

      Yeah hopefully Claiborne is ok after the bye. He is playing so well it is a shame that he got hurt. Getting him and/or Scandrick back healthy would be great.

    • Ravens_Last_Place

      Will be interesting to see what happens in the playoffs. My prediction- one and done. Then the same next year.

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