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DALLAS (105.3 THE FAN) – Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant has reportedly suffered a concussion at training camp practice and will not take part in the preseason game vs Seattle on Thursday.

The Cowboys this summer have experienced good fortune in the “good health” department, but that status is not altered for Thursday night’s preseason game at Seattle.

When asked about two of his key players, Dez and DT Tyrone Crawford, both suffering from concussions at practice on Monday, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said that both players are “being monitored” and “it shouldn’t impact them over the long haul.”

The Cowboys are planning to finally have rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott (hamstring) on the field for  a Game on Thursday, all of which is preparation for the season-opener September 11th against the New York Giants — quite likely the next time we see Dez Bryant in action.

*This is a developing story. Listen to 105.3 The Fan for the latest details.

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