Cowboys' Bryant will play if medically cleared
Despite reports that he may be out for the season, Dallas Cowboy's wide receiver Dez Bryant says that he will play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers if he is medically cleared. According to a tweet from Mike Fisher, Bryant said, "they would have to break my leg to keep me out" of the game. Earlier in the day, a source spoke to ESPN and said that Bryant was going to play if doctors allowed him to do so.
Bryant fractured his left index finger in last Sunday's game against the Bengals. So far this season, Bryant has 75 receptions for 1,028 yards and 9 touchdowns in just 13 games played.