Cowboys' Bryant says he's playing against Steelers
IRVING, Texas (AP) — Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant says he will play with a broken finger Sunday against Pittsburgh and there are signs that it might not be wishful thinking.
Bryant was listed as a limited participant in practice Thursday, an upgrade from a day earlier, when he sat out. Dallas coach Jason Garrett said he caught some passes in practice after saying before the workout he didn't think Bryant would.
The third-year pro fractured his left index finger in last weekend's 20-19 win at Cincinnati, but he caught a touchdown after getting injured. He will need surgery, but the question remains whether he can try to play through the injury and have surgery after the season.
It didn't seem like much of a question in Bryant's mind Thursday.
"Only thing y'all need to know is I'm playing," he said while ducking in and out of the locker room without stopping for interviews.
Bryant was the last player on the field for the open portion of practice, and he was wearing a padded white glove that had the tip of the finger exposed. Several players said he looked good catching passes.
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