Dez Bryant is up and running. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said the receiver has "made progress" in his rehab of a fractured right fibula, advancing to a little running.
"He’s going through his rehab, and it’s been a positive experience for him," Garrett said Thursday at the combine in Indianapolis. "We have great people with the Cowboys who take him through that stuff. It’s getting better."
Bryant was injured Dec. 5 on a kickoff return in the Cowboys' 38-35 overtime victory over the Colts in Indianapolis. He had surgery the next day to have a plate inserted in his right leg to stabilize the bone. He was put on injured reserve after making 45 catches for 561 yards and six touchdowns. He also scored twice on punt returns.
-- Charean Williams