Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant's availability for Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions evidently will come down to a game-time decision. That's currently the only certainty surrounding the ailing second-year pro.
The latest developments concerning Bryant do appear encouraging, however. Bryant participated in the team's walkthrough practice Saturday, according to ESPNDallas.com, and he continues to receive treatment on his nagging deep thigh bruise. According to the report, Bryant has undergone extensive treatment to keep swelling down in his leg.
Bryant was extremely limited during Friday's practice and officially was listed as questionable.
With Miles Austin ruled out with a hamstring injury and Bryant in question, receivers Laurent Robinson, Jesse Holley and Kevin Ogletree have been working with the first-team offense, the Cowboys' official website reported.