Last week, Tim Brown described Cowboys’ receiver Dez Bryant’s style as “like a kamikaze,” and said that watching Bryant’s ultra-aggressive approach to the position on Sundays scared him.
Over the weekend, Bryant responded. And he doesn’t sound very concerned about the legendary receiver’s concerns.
“Not at all,” Bryant said, per the Dallas Morning News. “That’s just how I play. That’s my type of game. That’s my style of play. I’m going to keep playing that way. I don’t think about injuries. I just go out there and play.”
Bryant missed five games over his first two seasons in the league due to injuries, but broke out in 2012 to record 92 catches, 1,382 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns, several of which came after he fractured a finger.
“My whole thing is, from last year I want to bring it over to this year and much better,” Bryant said. “(I’m) just basically maintaining what I was doing the last half of the season. Me as an individual, I just want to make myself right and do the best I possibly can to contribute to this 2013 Cowboy team.”
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