Rookie receiver Dez Bryant was again held out of drills of the final day of organized team activity practices because of a tight hamstring and is now questionable for the upcoming minicamp, set for Friday through Sunday.
Bryant was taken out drills on Tuesday after initially complaining about the injury. He then missed Wednesday and Thursday getting treatment and doing rehab.
With minicamp beginning Friday, the Cowboys have adecision to make on whether to continue to be cautious with Bryant or see if he can give it a go this weekend.
The Cowboys have two practices on Friday and Saturday and one on Sunday before dispersing until the start of training camp in late July.
Considering how important it is for Bryant to be healthy and ready to go at full speed at the start of training camp, it would not be a surprise if the Cowboys continued to limit his activities during the minicamp.
The Cowboys don't consider Bryant injury as something serious but rather just aches and pains of getting reacclimated to football again. He played in only three games at Oklahoma State last season after being declared ineligible by the NCAA for lying to investigators about having dinner with former Cowboys cornerback Deion Sanders.
Since being drafted in the first round by the Cowboys, Bryant has suffered a twisted ankle and hip soreness in addition to the hamstring tightness. He has missed a total of four practices as he missed one with an upset stomach.