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Bryant took part in warm-ups but sat out his third game of the preseason on Saturday with a hamstring injury. The Cowboys star wideout is expected to be ready to roll for Week 1. (Source: The Dallas Morning News)

Fantasy Impact: The Cowboys have been taking it easy with Bryant since he injured his hamstring during practice on Aug. 6. “We understand the situation and it’s a long season,” quarterback Tony Romo said of Bryant, who has not missed a game of consequence since September 2011. “We’ve got to ensure he’s not having to deal with this all the time. Hamstrings are a very tricky deal. So it’s better to be safe than sorry.”


Dez Bryant returns to practice

Thu, Aug 27th 11:56pm EDT
By Bobby Bunch

DAL

Dez Bryant returned to practice in a limited capacity Tuesday after missing almost 3 weeks with a hamstring injury. Bryant may even see some action in the third week of the preseason. (Source: NBC DFW)

Fantasy Impact: Bryant remains an elite WR option in any format, but if you're buying high on Dez, be sure to monitor his hamstring over the next few weeks to make sure it is not going to be an issue moving forward.

Category: Injury Updates


Breaking Football | Sep 2nd
Bryant is a machine and all of that holdout jazz is over with. Draft accordingly.
Yahoo! Sports | Sep 2nd
Still only 26, has finished 3rd, 5th, 3rd among WRs in fantasy PPG in past 3 seasons, averaging 91 catches, 1,312 rec. yards and 13.7 TDs in that span
FFLockerRoom | Sep 2nd
New contract, same old red zone prowess. Bryant is as good of a bet as anyone to score double digit touchdowns.
WalterFootball | Sep 2nd
Bryant ranked 12th in targets last season but third in fantasy points for wide receivers. His efficiency in the red zone was a big reason for that, as he caught 16 touchdowns. Amazingly, Bryant only had 15 targets inside the red zone last year, which tied him for 18th most for wide receivers, but he still managed eight touchdowns from those 15 targets, which tied him for the second most behind Randall Cobb. It will be tough for Bryant to hit 16 touchdowns again, but with DeMarco Murray gone, the Cowboys' rushing game will be less efficient, and Bryant will again be the best red-zone- - in fact, for any part of the field - option Dallas has. The touchdowns might not hit 16 again, but there is a chance they will, plus we'll also see an uptick in targets receptions and yards.
The NY Times | Sep 2nd
Targets should increase as the Dallas running game returns to earth this year.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Sep 2nd
Bryant led the NFL with 16 touchdowns in 2014 and he has scored 41 touchdowns the last three seasons. He has been franchised tagged this off-season while the Cowboys attempt to work out a long-term deal.
Fantasy Football Empire | Sep 1st
With the success of the Dallas rushing game last season, Dez Bryant continued to be limited to 88 receptions last season (12th overall). But when he did catch the football, he made the best of the situation with his league leading receiving touchdowns (16). Bryant is seeking a new contract with more guaranteed money and a long term deal before the July 15th deadline. Running back Joseph Randle is no Demarco Murray, so look for the Dallas offense to make Dez Bryant more of the focal point this season. His fantasy playoff schedule includes a neutral matchup versus Oakland in week 14, a tough matchup at Pittsburgh in week 15, and a neutral matchup versus Cincinnati in week 16.
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 31st
Mammoth upside only capped by Tony Romo going away from him in the passing game continuously
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
TD machine and solid fantasy WR. He could push for the #1 WR in 2015 with combined yards over 1,500 and over 15 TDs. Draft with confidence.
RotoBaller | Aug 8th
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver and all around modest guy Dez Bryant is listed as Day-to-Day after missing Saturday’s practice with a hamstring strain, but fantasy owners and Cowboys fans shouldn’t piss their pants yet. Bryant is a known offensive weapon when playing up to par, however, if the WR should miss any more time, the... Read More
RotoBaller | Aug 5th
In the world of football, especially in the magical land of the Dallas Cowboys, tempers can flare and crap seems to escalate rather quickly. Wide receiver Dez Bryant and defensive back Tyler Patmon exchanged a few words, knocked helmets, and threw some punches during team drills at training camp on Sunday. Not wanting to be... Read More
SoCalledFanEx | Jul 27th
I have been scouring the fantasypros.com average draft position (ADP) list for players that I can find that will have a couple of characteristics. First, they need to be solid late round PPR values based on ADP. The idea of this article is not to tell Fantasy players to draft Dez Bryant and Julio Jones. […] The post Scouring the ADP For Late Round PPR Values appeared first on So-Called Fant...
Breaking Football | Jul 24th
NFL players (and video game fans) are slowly starting to learn what kind of player ratings they’ll be in store for when the Madden 2016…
RotoBaller | Jul 24th
Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Well, it sure as hell isn’t Dez Bryant according to his speed rating on NFL Madden 16. Twitter happens to be an excellent source of identifying which athletes are in desperate need of some Midol, so it’s only natural that Bryant took to the... Read More
Breaking Football | Jul 17th
Dez Bryant avoided having to back-up his veiled threat of a holdout on Wednesday by reportedly inking a five-year extension worth $70 million to remain…
EDSFootball | Jul 15th
Ahead of today's 4:00 PM deadline, the Dallas Cowboys and wide receiver Dez Bryant have agreed to a five-year deal worth a total of $70 million, of which $45 million is guaranteed, per ESPN's Chris Mortensen. Per PFT's Mike Florio, $23 million is guaranteed now via signing bonus and salary with the remaining $22 million becoming guaranteed in March 2016. Earlier today, Kansas City's Justin Houston...
EDSFootball | Jul 13th
We are roughly 48 hours from Wednesday's deadline for franchised players and their teams to reach long-term deals. If the two sides don't reach a deal prior to the July 15th deadline, the two sides can't negotiate a long-term deal until after the 2015 NFL season. There was some speculation last week that the Dallas Cowboys and their franchised player, Dez Bryant, would reach an agreement prior to ...