Dallas Cowboy Dez Bryant may miss the rest of the preseason with a knee injury. Bryant, who has been injury prone throughout his NFL career was injured Monday during a joint practice between the Dallas Cowboys and the San Diego Chargers

Luckily for Cowboys fans testing shows that Bryant does not have any tears to any ligaments or tendons, but rather simply a case of tendonitis. Bryant is said to be day to day, but is not expected to miss any time during the regular season.

This is the second injury for Bryant this far this season as he missed practice time earlier in the preseason with hamstring tightness.

Kevin Ogletree, who took the majority of the snaps after Bryant's departure commented, stating, "We all know his talents and how hard he works and his determination and drive and competitiveness. You can give a bunch of words to describe his role on the team and how important he is to us. He’s a leader, one of our best players and I’m praying for him. I’m sure he’ll be fine. He’s a strong kid.”


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