ESPN's Ed Werder reports that the bone graft performed during Dez Bryant's foot injury improves his chances of coming back within six weeks.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Dez Bryant (foot) needed a bone graft in his surgery Monday and is now expected to miss 10-12 weeks.
In a radio interview, Jerry Jones said Dez Bryant's broken bone in his right foot will take six full weeks to heal.
ESPN's Dr. Mark Adickes said it is likely Dez Bryant misses 8-12 weeks after undergoing surgery on a broken bone in his right foot Monday.
ESPN Dallas considers November 1 against Seattle to be Dez Bryant's (foot) "more likely" return date.
The Dallas Morning News reports Dez Bryant is dealing with a broken fifth metatarsal, and will undergo surgery on Tuesday.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported the "belief is" Dez Bryant (broken foot) will be ready to return closer to four weeks than six.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Dez Bryant has a broken bone in his right foot which will require surgery.
Dez Bryant exited Sunday night's opener against the Giants with a foot injury.
Dez Bryant (hamstring) is practicing in full for Week 1.
Dez Bryant (hamstring) is expected to practice in full on Wednesday.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Dez Bryant (hamstring) will sit out the final two preseason games.
Dez Bryant (hamstring) returned to practice Wednesday.
Dez Bryant (hamstring) will not play in the Cowboys' second preseason game.