Dez Bryant Has Fractured Ribs

HOUSTON - SEPTEMBER 26: Wide receiver Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys completes a 30 yard reception as he beats cornerbacks Brice McCain and Eugene Glover of the Houston Texans on the play at Reliant Stadium on September 26, 2010 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)

Dez Bryant continues to make his impact felt. The rookie wideout has had fans salivating at the glimpses of his star potential. Bryant added four catches for 50-yards in the Cowboys win against Houston, however, his performance is more impressive than the numbers indicate.

Bryant played Sunday’s game in Houston with a stress fracture in his ribs.

He was originally injured in the Cowboys season opener against Washington and then aggravated the injury in the loss to the Bears.

The Cowboys bye week will help Bryant get the rest he needs — along with starters Jason Witten and Kyle Kosier.

Dallas finally showed some of what fans and members of the media were anticipating this season in their win against the Texans. Hopefully, the added rest will give the team all the time necessary to come back at full-strength and continue their winning ways.

Topics: Cowboys, Dallas, Dez Bryant, Injury, Jason Witten, Kyle Kosier, NFL

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