In the final three games of the regular season last year, Cowboys receivers Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams went on kind of a hot streak, combining for eight receiving touchdowns in that span--six for Bryant and two for Williams. In the playoffs, Williams caught three more touchdown passes and Bryant made one of the best catches of his career only to see it ruled an incomplete pass.
Bryant has been doing some strength and conditioning work at Valley Ranch, but he won’t get on the field as he continues negotiating toward a long-term deal. What’s more, if Bryant doesn’t get his new deal before the July 15 deadline, it’s likely that he won’t join the team until training camp in late July in Oxnard.
But whenever he gets back, Williams is confident that he and Bryant will be able to pick up right where they left off down the stretch and into the playoffs last season.
“I still talk to him once every two days, probably--I just check up on him and see how he's doing,” Williams told the team’s official website. “The times he did come, he looked like he was ready to go. I guess whenever he decides to come back, we're just going to pick up where we left off at.”