Wide receiver Dez Bryant will reportedly get an MRI on his knee after injuring it at the Dallas Cowboys' practice on Monday. After visiting the trainers, Bryant told reporters present that he was fine.
Mike Fisher of Fox Sports Southwest said that Bryant had no noticeable limp, but Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas said he walked slowly.
Asked by reporters if he was OK, Dez Bryant responded: "Yeah." According to— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) August 20, 2012
@bryanbroaddus, Bryant was going to get an MRI on his knee.
But considering Bryant will get an MRI immediately, there's a chance that it could be bad news for the Cowboys' fourth-year wide receiver, and the team as a whole.
The news shouldn't sit well with the Cowboys, who are struggling to keep their wide receivers on the field. Also leaving the training room during Monday's practice were Andre Holmes and Tim Benford, according to ESPN's Watkins.
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