By Steve DelVecchio
The Dallas Cowboys desperately need to get back to their winning ways against the Seattle Seahawks this weekend, and help may be on the way in the form of one of the most dominant receivers in the NFL.
Dez Bryant once again practiced on Thursday, and it appears he came out of the workout without suffering any setbacks with his injured foot. He didn’t field any questions from reporters, but Bryant was smiling as he strolled through the locker room.
“Just know that a had a great day of practice,” Bryant said, according to ESPN’s Todd Archer.
Cowboys offensive coordinator Scott Linehan agreed, telling reporters that Bryant “looked great” and was able to take part in team drills. The Cowboys have not yet committed to Bryant playing, but it appears he is on the right track.
Last week, Bryant was part of the story in his team’s loss to the New York Giants when he got into a heated exchange with Greg Hardy on the sideline (see the video here). He’s hoping to make headlines for different reasons this Sunday.
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