REPORT: Dez Bryant Could Be Done For Season with Sprained Finger

Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant
displayed his grittiness by returning to the game yesterday with his sprained left index finger in a splint. He was injured on a 6-yard slant completion vs. former Cowboy Adam Jones.

Yet, multiple sources say the Cowboys fear his sprain will sideline him the rest of the regular season. He’ll see a specialist about it today. If the specialist confirms further damage would be possible if he kept playing, he will likely have surgery to end his season.

Otherwise, he could have his fingers taped and delay the surgery.

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