Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has left the team's practice on Monday with an apparent knee injury, according to reporter Clarence Hill. The 6-foor-2, 220 pound wide receiver was seen with trainers examining his knee, officials told Hill.
Bryant caught two passes for 15 yards in Saturday's 28-20 preseason loss to the San Diego Chargers.
Before the Cowboys' first preseason game against the Oakland Raiders, Bryant was banged up with a hamstring injury that kept him out of practice and only participating in walkthroughs. Two days after suffering the hamstring injury, he caught one pass for 24 yards and only played in one possession.
In three years in the NFL, the Oklahoma State product has pulled in 108 passes for 1,489 yards for the Cowboys. Last season was by far his best, as he nearly reached the 1,000 mark with 928 yards.