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July 30, 2013

Jerry Jones: No concern about Dez Bryant missing 4th day of practice, expects him to play vs. Miami

 Receiver Dez Bryant missed a fourth consecutive day of practice Tuesday because of quad/hip issue but the Cowboys remain unconcerned, particularly owner Jerry Jones.

Jones said Bryant could practice if necessary but the Cowboys are letting him take it easy because of the impressive show he put on the first week of camp. He also says there is no reason to think that Bryant won’t play in the preseason opener against the Dolphins Sunday.

“He can take it easy right now,” Jones said. “We got a lot of days left. He is likely to get snaps (against the Dolphins)…very likely. There has been no talk of him not getting snaps. It’s not a hip. It’s just a tweak. He could be out there in a minute. We are just resting it. There has not been a word of him not playing.”

Clarence Hill 

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