- Tim MacMahon, ESPN Staff Writer
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SAN ANTONIO – It’s getting monotonous to give Dez Bryant props in this space, but the dude keeps making spectacular plays.
And it’s often against Pro Bowl competition.
Bryant got a step on Mike Jenkins while running a stutter-go during 1-on-1 drills, which is an impressive feat in itself. Then Bryant came back to snare an underthrown pass from Matt Nichols, making a leaping catch and falling into the end zone for a 45-yard touchdown.
It was the second time Bryant got a step on Jenkins deep during the session. Jenkins managed to recover to deflect a slightly underthrown pass the previous time.
“They can’t cover Miles one-on-one,” Bryant said Sunday. “I’m pretty sure they’re going to double him, and that’s going to leave the rest of us open to make a play.
“When I see it, I’m going to get excited.”
He won’t be the only one.