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Injured Dez Bryant Plans To Play Against Pittsburgh Steelers

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Dallas Cowboys star wide receiver Dez Bryant says that he plans to play in this Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The star wide receiver injured his left index finger in the game last week against Cincinnat and was told that he would need season ending surgery on the finger.  He went to get a second opinion on the finger and was told the same thing as the first opinion. Bryant was listed as a limited participant in yesterday’s practice an upgrade from the day before in which he sat out of practice.

Coach Jason Garret said that Bryant was able to catch some passes in practice even though he didn’t think that he would be able to.  After practice, Bryant was quoted saying “only thing y’all need to know is I’m playing.”  He practiced with a padded white glove that left the tip of the finger exposed.

Dallas takes on Pittsburgh on Sunday.  Kick off is at 3:25 pm.

 

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