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November 13, 2012

Jerry Jones: Dez Bryant not done with punt returns, a viable option in game-deciding situations

The play of receiver Dwayne Harris on punt returns, namely the 78-yard return for a touchdown against the Eagles, had many thinking that receiver Dez Bryant’s days on returns were over for good.

Harris replaced Bryant on returns three games ago because of repeated carelessness with the ball.

But while lauding Harris, owner Jerry Jones said not to rule out Bryant being back on returns, especially in game-deciding situations because of his exceptional talent to make unscripted plays.

“Dez is such an exceptional threat, an exceptional player,” Jones said on his radio Tuesday on KRLD-FM 105.3 The Fan. “I wouldn’t say anything is set in stone or done. I know what he is capable of done. A last play where you are down to go home, who do you want back there? Dez can make plays when they are not supposed to be made more than anybody on our team.”

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Why is our GM suggesting who will get playing time? Isn't that the head coach's job? Frankly, I have witnessed much better work by Harris in the return game than Dez...and a lot less mistakes too.

But thats Jerry. Force feeding us a player that he selected way too high in the draft. Man, I wish this clown would just go away.

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