Dez Bryant takes out frustration on Gatorade cart after injury

Dez Bryant evidently prefers Powerade...

The Cowboys may have their offensive depth tested after wide receiver Dez Bryant suffered an apparent ankle injury on Sunday night. The Pro Bowler was tackled on a catch late in the fourth quarter of the Cowboys' matchup against the Giants. Bryant rolled his ankle as he was being dragged to the turf of AT&T Stadium.


Bryant was seen in obvious pain as the Cowboys' training staff looked over the injured star. Shortly after he was assisted by the staff off the field, Bryant was seen taking his frustration out on the Gatorade jugs on the sidelines.


Bryant later returned to the game for a two-point conversion following an interception return for a touchdown by cornerback Brandon Carr. Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo threw to Bryant on the play and he was unable to secure the catch. Bryant did not seem to favor his ankle on the play.

The Cowboys beat the Giants 36-31 on Sunday night. Dallas is expected to update the media on the condition of Bryant following the game.

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