Paul Solotaroff talks with 105.3 The Fan’s Shan & RJ about his experience with Dez, writing the featured article on the Dallas Cowboys star and some of the things that didn’t make the article.
Amid a terse training-camp mood following a lackluster 23-6 preseason loss Sunday at San Francisco, the atmosphere is about to change: Dez Bryant will participate in his first practice Tuesday since sustaining a hamstring strain on Aug. 6.
Jerry Jones was asked about his father son relationship with Dez Bryant on Ben and Skin this afternoon on 105. 3 The Fan.
A host of Cowboys believe they did the right thing, defending themselves and remaining unified against alleged cheap-shots delivered in Tuesday’s combined training-camp workout by the Rams.
Dez Bryant and Tyron Smith would likely be playing — and maybe even practicing — if the Dallas Cowboys were back home in the middle of the regular season.
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant will continue to miss practice and next Sunday’s preseason game.
The Cowboys, and Dez Bryant himself, continue to insist that he’s been sidelined since Aug. 6 with what is truly just a minor hamstring strain.
Cowboys Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin says there is a “nervous anticipation” for Dallas’ 2015 season because of how great this team can be.
“You never want to take the ‘Dez’ out of Dez,” says Cowboys coach Jason Garrett, citing the passion and energy Dez Bryant exhibits.
Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant had an injury scare in practice yesterday when he pulled up lame after dunking on the goalpost to celebrate a TD.
This will never change. Cover Dez Bryant as well as you want in 1 on 1s, he’s going to go get the ball.
This offense is gonna be pretty darn good again.