Cowboys’ receiver Dez Bryant is back in Dallas and practicing with his teammates.
Bryant missed the team’s first offseason/lockout workout on Tuesday to attend to a family issue, but his absence was excused, as he alerted quarterback Tony Romo--who is leading the players-only sessions--prior to the workout.
According to Romo, Bryant returned to Dallas and joined the team--or, whatever percentage of the team that is attending the workouts--on Wednesday. Romo continued that Bryant, whose rookie season ended prematurely after suffering a fractured ankle last year, looked good.
"Dez was here and he was moving around good,'' Romo said, per the Dallas Morning News.
Bryant had 45 catches for 561 yards and six touchdowns receiving, as well as two punt return scores, before suffering the season-ending injury against Indianapolis in week 13.
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