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Dez Bryant, Morris Claiborne ruled out for Cowboys

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Dez Bryant won't play Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.

The receiver did not travel with the Dallas Cowboys to Buffalo and has been ruled out, per the team's official website.

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Bryant missed practice all week while dealing with a foot injury. He was originally listed as doubtful on the injury report. It will mark the sixth game the wideout has missed this season.

2015 has been a struggle for the Pro Bowl receiver. Bryant has just 31 receptions on 72 targets for 401 receiving yards (12.9 average) and three TDs. He has earned fewer than 70 receiving yards in six straight games -- Bryant's longest streak since his first six games in the NFL in 2010.

Bryant's absence will make life exceedingly difficult for quarterback Kellen Moore, who is making his first career start Sunday against the Bills.

The Cowboys also ruled out corner Morris Claiborne (hamstring), who was originally listed as questionable.

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