Dez Bryant cut his hand chopping up carrots for soup

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No soup for you!

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant cut his finger while chopping up carrots for a soup and sustained a minor injury, he told reporters.

Bryant said the injury was not serious and did not limit him in practice.

It's strange that Bryant, who signed a five-year contract worth $70 million, does not have a personal chef or just heats up a can of Campbell's soup. Donovan McNabb never got hurt when he was playing because his mom prepared his soup for him. Take notes, Dez.

This is the second freak accident involving athletes and cuts while not playing sports. Over the weekend, Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer cut his hand while fixing his drone.


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