Dez Bryant is a physical specimen, who only knows how to play the game at one speed. It might be catching up to the star wide receiver now at this point.

Fox Sports South West is reporting that the Dalas Cowboys are terribly concerned about a bulging disk in Bryant’s lower back.
While the Cowboys indicated Bryant was held back in practice as a precaution, the receiver’s injury could be disconcerting. Citing sources close to Bryant, Fox Sports Southwest reported that there are “concerns he is suffering from a bulging or herniated disc in his back and that measures being taken to treat the ailment go far beyond precautionary.”
Bryant participated on a limited basis in practice on Thursday while continuing to stress that he will play Sunday night in New Orleans.

“C’mon, you know I’m going to play,” Bryant said.

The 25-year-old Bryant is in for a career season so far in 2013, having 51 catches, 705 yards and  eight touchdowns so far this year.

By Glenn Erby 


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