According to Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas, Cowboys' WR Dez Bryant has been officially diagnosed with patellar tendinitis on his knee. Bryant tweaked his knee in practice early Monday morning and went in for an MRI the same day, confirming his tendinitis. Bryant is expected to get rest and it is unknown if he will play the rest of the preseason.
Analysis: MRIs are almost never good news, so it's a sigh of relief to most that Bryant "only" has tendinitis. This news shouldn't hurt his fantasy draft status too much - it's not as serious as it could've been, and barring any setbacks, he should be ready for Week 1. Bryant is one of the top young talents in the league and keeper owners should be coveting him. We here at SBN believe he's in for a massive breakout season in 2012.