• Cowboys kept Robinson on staff to watch over Dez Bryant

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Feb 15, 2013
    The Cowboys didn’t want Jimmy Robinson to be their wide receivers coach, but they didn’t want to lose the progress they made with Dez Bryant either. “It was a breakout year for Dez. All of the hubbub over who will end up calling offensive plays for the Dallas Cowboys this year has obscured the idea that whoever it is would do very well to call as many plays as possible for Dez Bryant . “Jimmy had a really positive impact on Dez,” Garrett said, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Of course, special treatment for Bryant is nothing new, as they know he’s a talent worth cultivating. He snared 10 of his 12 TD catches in the second half of the season, four of them after he continued to play with a broken left index finger.
    • Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant praised for hard work and toughness, named to ‘All-Joe’ team

      It wasn’t too long ago that Dez Bryant was seen as being a disruptive force in the locker room. Now he’s being applauded as an unsung hero. USA TODAY released their ‘All-Joe’ team this week, honoring players they felt didn’t get rewarded enough
    • Will changes affect Dez Bryant?

      All of the hubbub over who will end up calling offensive plays for the Dallas Cowboys this year has obscured the idea that whoever it is would do very well to call as many plays as possible for Dez Bryant. In his third season in the league, Bryant emerg…
      Source: ESPN.com

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