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Dez Bryant making progress in rehab, no setbacks

Even during rookie minicamp, Dez Bryant is around.

The Dallas Cowboys wide receiver stopped by the rookie camp this weekend, to introduce himself to the newcomers and watch them work.

Bryant has also been rehabbing this offseason.

The wideout underwent surgery on his ankle after the 2015 season -- a year in which he missed seven games with various injuries, including a broken foot.

Coach Jason Garrett said Bryant is on track in rehab.

"He's done a really good job with his rehab and he's made progress," Garrett said, via the team's official website. "Like with all those guys, it's a day-by-day, week-by-week thing. But he's had no setbacks, but he really continues to get better and better."

The Cowboys start full-team OTAs in just two weeks, but the team will likely ease their star receiver into workouts.

"He's not 100 percent, like, full-speed - what do you call it? Released, cleared to go," receivers coach Derek Dooley said. "That doesn't mean he can't, but I think June 1."

It's not surprising to hear that Bryant is on the mend, but it's a positive note for the Cowboys after last season was ravaged by injury. The Cowboys didn't add any receiver assents this offseason and will once again roll into a new year relying heavily on Bryant in the pass game.

One thing we know about Dez is that he can't stay away from football, even if only the rookies are required to be there:

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