Oh, Dez Bryant. We've missed you so.
The Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl wide receiver is a full participant at training camp this summer, a season removed from suffering a broken foot that caused him to miss seven games last season. His absence, along with that of quarterback Tony Romo, sent the Cowboys' once-promising season spiraling down the drain, so it's a relief to see both players healthy and back at practice ahead of the 2016 NFL season.
— Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) August 11, 2016
Bryant's return has also renewed the pleasure of watching one of the best wideouts in the game make absurdly difficult catches look easy, as Bryant did today at Cowboys practice when he hauled in a pass in the back corner of the end zone with one hand. Touchdown!
After looking rusty last week fumbling around with a JUGS machine, Bryant appears to have shaken away the cobwebs. And sure, it's still training camp, but catches like this give us a visual reminder of how much more fun the NFL is when one of its best is on the field.
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