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Jerry: "We Won't Take Any Chances" With Dez Injury; Scandrick Update

FRISCO, Texas – Dez Bryant has missed the last two games with a hairline fracture in his right knee. Will he miss a third straight game this Sunday against the Packers leading into the team's bye?

"We'll have to see how he works this week," Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said Tuesday on 105.3 The Fan. "We won't take any chances there, but with the way he was running at the end of last week, he had some sensitivity or he would've played. But we'll take a good look at it this week."

Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said Monday that Bryant is "moving around better" but the team will take his situation day by day.

As for cornerback Orlando Scandrick, who has missed three straight games with injuries to both hamstrings, Jones said "we'll have to look at that as doubtful" regarding his availability this Sunday. Rookie Anthony Brown has filled in for Scandrick in the lineup.

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