The Cowboys continue to speak highly of the progress that Dez Bryant has made on and off the field in the past year.
Cowboys tight end Jason Witten was the latest to praise the multi-talented receiver who is entering his second NFL season.
“The difference form last year and this year is that he was a little bit of a flash player, show up occasionally, and this year he’s been just solid all the way around,” Witten said recently on ESPN’s First Take. “He makes great plays and he gets back up and does it again.”
Witten added: “It’s been great to see because I know we’re going to count on him a lot this year. And I think he’s up for a big year.”