Going into his fourth season in the NFL, and coming off a career year, Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant is getting comfortable--in a good way.
"It's a whole different mindset going in," Bryant said this week, per ESPN Dallas. "No more games. No more wondering. I know what I'm doing. I got to come in and do what I did at the end of last year, and I hope to build on that."
Bryant had 92 catches for 1,382 yards and 11 touchdowns a year ago. He’s now the Cowboys’ No. 1 receiver, most would submit, followed by Miles Austin a slew of young guys, including Baylor product Terrance Williams, who was drafted 74th overall in the draft earlier this month.
"I feel like we have a great receiving corps," Bryant said. "We're good if someone goes down. We have great enough receivers who can go in and contribute and make plays for this team."
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