"This finger just mental toughness, that's all," Bryant said after Friday's practice as the Cowboys prepare for Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints. One game after playing with a fractured left index finger that will require surgery when the season is over, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant believes he’ll be better. Cowboys owner/general manger Jerry Jones said after last week's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers that Bryant would need a bone graft to repair the finger. The only thing that's changed is playing Madden where he says he uses his middle finger for the L2 button. Jones, who called himself Dr. Jones in an interview on KRLD-FM, said Bryant will not need a bone graft. “If I felt like it was going to bring me down, I probably couldn’t be out here doing what I’m doing.