Results of potentially-injured Cowboys star receiver Dez Bryant's MRI have returned, and Cowboys fans can breathe a little more easily:
Good news for— Rowan Kavner (@KavnerDC) August 20, 2012
#Cowboys. Bryant MRI only reveals patellar tendinitis. Should only need rest.
A few hours ago, it was reported that Bryant had slipped on the turf during practice and was taken off the field for further evaluation. While there seems to be no serious injury, how long he will need to rest be seen:
Filed to— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) August 20, 2012
@espndallas - Patella tendinitis for Dez Bryant. Rest is the word. Too early to know if he plays in preseason
The third-year receiver out of Oklahoma State is coming off a season in which he hauled in 63 catches for 928 yards and nine touchdowns. After playing in just 12 games as a rookie, Bryant was able to play 15 last season.