Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Bryant limited with hamstring, wrist issues
By Calvin Watkins
IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was limited in practice Wednesday with hamstring and wrist injuries. Bryant suited up for Wednesday's padded practice but was held out of some drills.
His health issues aren't considered serious.
Bryant, who didn't speak with reporters, was dealing with back stiffness earlier in the season.
Starting running back DeMarco Murray returned to practice after missing last week with a sprained knee. Murray, who was listed as limited on the injury report, did some individual drills.
"I was out there [practicing] wasn't I," Murray said when asked about playing in Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions. "I was out there working."
Murray said he did not wear a brace on his left knee.
Also, wide receiver Miles Austin (hamstring), running back Lance Dunbar (hamstring), defensive tackle Jason Hatcher (neck) and defensive end George Selvie (shoulder) were limited.
Defensive tackle Nick Hayden (back), linebacker DeVonte Holloman (neck), guard Ronald Leary (knee) and defensive end DeMarcus Ware (thigh) didn't practice.
Hayden and Leary are expected to be fine for Sunday's game, but Ware's status is uncertain.
Wide receiver/returner Dwayne Harris (hip) was a full participant in practice.