Dez Bryant says he'll be back on the field in no time

Dez Bryant says he'll be back on the field in no time

Credit: WFAA Sports

Cowboys Wide Receiver Dez Bryant signs autographs as he left the Alamadome on Friday. The practice ended phase one of the Cowboys training camp

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by GEORGE RIBA

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Posted on August 6, 2010 at 11:30 AM

Updated Friday, Jul 29 at 4:56 PM

 

SAN ANTONIO, TX - Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant training camp in San Antonio on Friday confident that he'll be back on the field soon.
 
"I'm coming along well,," says Bryant. "I'm coming in everyday and getting treatment. My ankle is fine. It's a process and I feel good about it and as long as I keep doing what I'm doing, I’ll be back on the field in no time."
 
No time still means four to six weeks, but it's obvious he'd like to improve on those projections. "Don't know yet," says Bryant. "We'll find out something, sometime next week.
 
Bryant was the last player to the leave the field on Friday, signing autographs and allowing fans to take pictures with him."The fans are crazy," Bryant says. "It's great to see them support us like that. They're out here each and every day, the morning practices and afternoon practices. It's just great to see.”
 
Bryant will be on the road trip to Canton, Ohio this weekend as the Cowboys get ready to kick off their preseason schedule. They'll play Cincinnati Sunday night as part of the Pro Football Hall of Fame weekend.
 
"Going to the hall of fame, that's just a great feeling," says Bryant. "I feel good to have the opportunity to go. Most guys who are hurt, they don't get a chance to the away games, but I get to go and I'm going to take full advantage of it."

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