Cowboys wide receivers are happy to have Dez Bryant back - KLTV.com - Tyler, Longview, Jacksonville |ETX News

Cowboys wide receivers are happy to have Dez Bryant back

KLTV Staff KLTV Staff
(KLTV) -

The Dallas Cowboys held their last practice before tomorrow's Blue-White scrimmage. When it comes to the offense, the boys are happy to see quarterback Tony Romo tossing the ball in the air. But they may just be a tad bit happier to have Lufkin native and wide receiver Dez Bryant back on the field catching those passes. 

After suffering a broken foot right out of the gate, Bryant only played nine games in 2015. The injury led to career lows in total yards and touchdowns. Now that the veteran is healthy and returning for his 7th season in Dallas, Bryant is ready to put up career highs.

His fellow wide receivers, Cole Beasley and Devin Street, are also ready to see what number 88 will do in 2016. Beasley commented on the comradery that the receivers have with one another, adding that it's good to have Dez back on the field. 

Copyright 2016 KLTV. All rights reserved.

Live Blog 7OnScene: Updates from Cowboys Camp
 
  • KLTV SportsLocal SportsMore>>

  • NFL Draft 2017

    NFL Draft 2017

  • SFA Breakdown: Running game shines in weekend scrimmage

    SFA Breakdown: Running game shines in weekend scrimmage

    Saturday, August 19 2017 11:49 PM EDT2017-08-20 03:49:07 GMT
    SFA AthleticsSFA Athletics
    SFA Athletics Release  With temperatures once again in the mid-90's and a heat index over 100 degrees, the Stephen F. Austin football team took to Homer Bryce Stadium Saturday afternoon for the Lumberjacks' second scrimmage of fall camp. Playing in full pads for just the third time of the preseason, SFA ran 110 total plays in an open-field scrimmage that lasted about 1.5 hours.   "I think overall when we go back and look at it, how we ran the football and how we broke ...More >>
    SFA Athletics Release  With temperatures once again in the mid-90's and a heat index over 100 degrees, the Stephen F. Austin football team took to Homer Bryce Stadium Saturday afternoon for the Lumberjacks' second scrimmage of fall camp. Playing in full pads for just the third time of the preseason, SFA ran 110 total plays in an open-field scrimmage that lasted about 1.5 hours.   "I think overall when we go back and look at it, how we ran the football and how we broke ...More >>
  • ETBU picked third in preseason football poll

    ETBU picked third in preseason football poll

    Saturday, August 19 2017 11:46 PM EDT2017-08-20 03:46:26 GMT
    ETBU Athletics Release  The 2017 college football season has arrived and along with that comes preseason polls. The American Southwest Conference just released preseason poll for the upcoming season and East Texas Baptist University is predicted to finish in third place. ETBU collected 214 points and is 13 points ahead of fourth-place Sul Ross State. Last season, the Tigers started the season 5-0 for the first time in program history before finishing at 7-3. They were also rank...More >>
    ETBU Athletics Release  The 2017 college football season has arrived and along with that comes preseason polls. The American Southwest Conference just released preseason poll for the upcoming season and East Texas Baptist University is predicted to finish in third place. ETBU collected 214 points and is 13 points ahead of fourth-place Sul Ross State. Last season, the Tigers started the season 5-0 for the first time in program history before finishing at 7-3. They were also rank...More >>
Powered by Frankly