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June 09, 2010

Dez sits out again

Dez Bryant’s tight hamstring kept him out of organized team activities for a second consecutive day, according to a source. While his teammates practiced, the Cowboys rookie receiver worked with the training staff on the side.


Bryant had said Tuesday that he expected to return to practice Wednesday. The Cowboys have another OTA workout today before a mandatory minicamp this weekend.


Bryant, who hasn't played in a game since Sept. 19 after being suspended by the NCAA for lying to investigators, missed an OTA workout earlier this spring with food poisoning.


-- Charean Williams



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Yeah. Considering how often Miles Austin was hurt during his first three seasons with the Cowboys, I think we should cut him before he gets hurt again. You just can't be too careful with these cream puffs.

I hope the Cowboys are watching Bryant's aches and pains closely. It seems odd when a player has so many illnesses and aches in so little time. Perhaps he's not caring for himself correctly. Or, maybe he's starting now to build his arsenal of excuses. Either way, it bears watching and corrective action.

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