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June 11, 2010

Dez says he'll practice today

Dez Bryant again missed the morning practice in the first day of minicamp but he says that he plans to participate this afternoon. Bryant missed practices Wednesday and Thursday with a tight left hamstring but said he could have practiced this morning. He said trainers held him out to work on conditioning.

"I'm 100 percent," Bryant said. 

The hamstring has bothered Bryant since he was at Oklahoma State last year and he said one of the drawbacks to being suspended was he no longer got treatment from the medical staff.

"It’s healed," he said of the hamstring. "I just felt like when I was at school after I had been suspended, I didn’t get the proper treatment. Now that I got the proper treatment it has gotten better. It’s just coming along real well."

-- Jan Hubbard



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