Dez Bryant: Out for season

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    Cowboys Dez Bryant: Out for season

    Torn finger ligament.
    Hits keep coming for Cowboys.

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    It's the end of the season. Everyone is hurting. Tape it up and get out there.
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    Originally Posted by KCRuf/Nek View Post
    It's the end of the season. Everyone is hurting. Tape it up and get out there.
    It's tough to play with a strained ****
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    So this is a message for that ****stick pokej...

    Since you were bagging on Demarco yesterday saying he would probably miss half the season because of an "ingrown toenail..." What do you have to say now about your boy retard dez? This is surely nothing more than an "ingrown fingernail" right?
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    Originally Posted by MikeLucky View Post
    So this is a message for that ****stick pokej...

    Since you were bagging on Demarco yesterday saying he would probably miss half the season because of an "ingrown toenail..." What do you have to say now about your boy retard dez? This is surely nothing more than an "ingrown fingernail" right?
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    Must be his middle finger. LOL Just tape it and put the damn hand in a glove and get your azz out there and catch those balls. It will not hurt much with a glove on. What a baby!!!!!! It's not like he orchitis.

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    Originally Posted by Jason View Post
    No, he hates gooners... can't help himself...

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    ****ing ****, I'm going to be in the 2nd round of the playoffs in my fantasy league and likely without him and RG3

    RG3 is understandable and he will play if he can, Dez just shuts it down and calls it a day...

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    Originally Posted by DIB View Post
    It's tough to play with a strained ****
    Can't rom fix those with his machine?
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    I"ve only seen where he is POSSIBLY out for the season. If he needs surgery, he will be out. IF not and he can't damage it any further, he will play.
    eh, well.

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    Dez Bryant: Out for season

    Never said Bryant wasn't fragile. Didn't say he had as much to with the win as Murray. He did come back in the 4th qtr after the injury and catch the TD pass

    Now I did say that Romo and Witten could play with fractured robs or a injured spleen. No doubt they would play of physically possible.

    The main point of that thread is that Lucky doesn't know his ass from a hole in the ground. He proves it every day.


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    Dez Bryant: Out for season

    Originally Posted by Wailer View Post
    Can't rom fix those with his machine?
    Only if they're Jewish.


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    Originally Posted by PokeJ View Post
    Never said Bryant wasn't fragile. Didn't say he had as much to with the win as Murray. He did come back in the 4th qtr after the injury and catch the TD pass

    Now I did say that Romo and Witten could play with fractured robs or a injured spleen. No doubt they would play of physically possible.

    The main point of that thread is that Lucky doesn't know his ass from a hole in the ground. He proves it every day.


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    English, mother ****er. Do you speak it?

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    Originally Posted by PokeJ View Post
    Never said Bryant wasn't fragile. Didn't say he had as much to with the win as Murray. He did come back in the 4th qtr after the injury and catch the TD pass

    Now I did say that Romo and Witten could play with fractured robs or a injured spleen. No doubt they would play of physically possible.

    The main point of that thread is that Lucky doesn't know his ass from a hole in the ground. He proves it every day.


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    you are such a loser... again, why are you here on a Sooner board? Oh yeah, still looking for big bro's approval... still failing miserably...

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    See you're making friends, pokej.

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    Dez Bryant: Out for season

    Originally Posted by keefsmangledfingers View Post
    See you're making friends, pokej.
    Keef! Light one up for me


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    **** dez and his arrogant ass

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    Hate for anyone to be hurt but always a good thing if it's a cowboy.

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    Mike Lucky has his mad on today.

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    Can't wait to see him on 60 for 60, Broke 2.
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    Originally Posted by PokeJ View Post
    Keef! Light one up for me


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    This was the problem, DEZ tore the ligament trying to role/lick/light/puff.....all at once....like the all-american he never was....

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    Originally Posted by WISooner View Post
    I"ve only seen where he is POSSIBLY out for the season. If he needs surgery, he will be out. IF not and he can't damage it any further, he will play.
    eh, well.

    THIS. Report I heard is that team doctor(s) deemed he needs season-ending surgery, but management will be seeking a 2nd opinion. If he is done for the year, it won't be his decision.

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    A little off topic but isn't Blackmon due for a DUI?
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    Dez Bryant: Out for season

    Wake me up when I care

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    It wouldn't be all bad if he sat out the rest of the year. Might give him the time to go buy more jewelry and finishing whipping his Mom's ass without the distraction of game planning.

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    He broke his finger not and probably won't miss more than a game if that.

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    Pump the brakes, OP. It may or may not be over...

    http://espn.go.com/dallas/nfl/story/...-injury-source

    Dez Bryant, who fractured his left index finger Sunday against against the Bengals, has decided to play Sunday against the Steelers unless he's told he can't, a source close to the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver told ESPN on Tuesday morning.



    "Unless the doctors say he medically can't do it, Dez is going to play," the source said.
    There is significant swelling on Bryant's finger and he must understand that, if he plays, the finger might be compromised for the remainder of his career in terms of flexibility -- a significant issue for a wide receiver, a league source told ESPN. Pain tolerance isn't the issue for Bryant

    Earlier Tuesday, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said that Bryant will have the "ultimate decision" about whether he will play again this season.
    "I know he wants to play," Jones said on his weekly radio show on KRLD-FM. "Dez will be the ultimate decision-maker on surgery or playing with some kind of padding.


    "Make no mistake about it. Dez is champing at the bit and wants to take the route of playing."

    The Cowboys also must still determine how the fracture can be protected and whether Bryant will be able to catch the football with protection on his finger, the source said.


    Jones' comments Tuesday differ from those of coach Jason Garrett, who said Monday that it'd be a "medical decision first and foremost."

    "The doctors are going to say, 'Hey, this is what it is, and this is what we feel like you need to do,' and then we're going to say, 'OK, well, what are the other options,' like you do with any injury, and you go forward and you make your best decision, not only for now, but for the future," Garrett said. "Dez is very passionate about playing. Anyone who's been around him knows that.


    "... He's just one of those guys. He loves to play. He's very emotional about the game, very passionate about the game, so we're going to do everything we can to give him a chance to play. At the same time, there's a medical decision as well that we have to factor into this thing, and we'll do the right thing."


    Bryant had X-rays Monday, which revealed the fracture. The receiver doesn't know whether he'll be able to play through the injury or have season-ending surgery.


    "We (are) just going to have to find out," Bryant told ESPNDallas.com in a text message Monday night, noting that he'd know more Wednesday, when the Cowboys return to practice.







    Jones said former Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens had a similar problem with one of his fingers, and he elected to put off surgery until after the season.


    The team sent Bryant to meet with a hand specialist Monday, Garrett said. It originally had been feared that Bryant had torn ligaments in the finger, sources told ESPN.


    Bryant suffered the injury on a 6-yard slant route after he was tackled by Adam "Pacman" Jones. Television replays showed him shaking his finger and pulling on it as he lined up for the next play. He went to the sideline after a DeMarco Murray run and missed the next five plays. On the second play after his return, he caught a 27-yard touchdown pass to spark the Cowboys' rally.



    Should surgery be required, it would mark the second time in Bryant's three years he would end the season on injured reserve. He missed the final four games of the 2010 season with a broken ankle.


    The potential loss comes at a time when Bryant is playing his best football and the Cowboys need him most. He has caught a touchdown pass in five straight games and has 75 catches for 1,028 yards. He leads the Cowboys with nine touchdowns.

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    Good job by the Cowboys by putting the responsibility on Dez. They're practically begging Dez to risk a long term injury.
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    Just wrap the ****er up and get out there, yeesh.
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    Originally Posted by BMR View Post
    Pump the brakes, OP. It may or may not be over...

    http://espn.go.com/dallas/nfl/story/...-injury-source

    Dez Bryant, who fractured his left index finger Sunday against against the Bengals, has decided to play Sunday against the Steelers unless he's told he can't, a source close to the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver told ESPN on Tuesday morning.



    "Unless the doctors say he medically can't do it, Dez is going to play," the source said.
    There is significant swelling on Bryant's finger and he must understand that, if he plays, the finger might be compromised for the remainder of his career in terms of flexibility -- a significant issue for a wide receiver, a league source told ESPN. Pain tolerance isn't the issue for Bryant

    ....................
    Sounds more like Dez's agent rather than a league source.

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    Back when I played in high school I broke my ring finger and pinky on my right hand. (I played safety and a little RB) but i played through the pain for the final two games of the season. I'm sure this punk can play through his injury. But then again, as we all know, Dez will be Dez

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    I bet he'll be back Sunday.

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    Hard for me to get after Dez if the Doc is telling him it could affect the rest of his career if he plays. IMO, the medical experts need to decide if he plays or not. As a big Cowboys fan, I would rather see him shut it down and be healthy for 10 yrs, than to see him play through and not be the same player....
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