Dez Bryant enters locker room with cramps vs. Ravens

Tim Heitman-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

In a tight game, Dallas WR Dez Bryant needs fluids and a trip to the locker room due to cramping

Dallas is in a dogfight with the Baltimore Ravens, which is hardly a surprise. But the Cowboys will be without their top playmaker, Dez Bryant, who left the game late in the third quarter with cramping. He headed to the locker room and his return is probable.

It's probably safe to say Bryant will get some fluids and stretch out a bit, but he should return, especially in a tight game. The wide receiver out of Oklahoma State has eight catches for 61 yards and a touchdown on the day, with the Cowboys moving the ball well after a recommitment to the running game.

But the Ravens, thanks in large part to a Jacoby Jones kickoff return for a touchdown, still hold a 24-20 lead.

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