Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant hurt his knee early in Sunday night’s win over the Bears, but returned to the game and caught a touchdown pass from Dak Prescott before the night was out.
After the game, owner Jerry Jones said that the team felt Bryant was OK, but that they would “give it another look-see with the MRI.” That MRI apparently didn’t take place on Monday, however.
During an appearance on 105.3 The Fan Tuesday, Jones said that “to my knowledge” Bryant didn’t have the test and that he may have one on Tuesday. Jones added that he’s “assuming” Bryant will be able to play in Santa Clara against the 49ers this weekend, although that could obviously change when and if Bryant has an MRI to provide further information about the injury.
Jones also said that left guard La’el Collins has not had surgery on his injured big toe and will “see if he can work through this” without having an operation. Ronald Leary will take over for Collins in the starting lineup.