Although Bryant slammed his helmet in frustration once he reached the sideline, he was able to re-enter the game. Post-game X-rays were negative, according to ESPNDallas.com.
The receiver conceded that the injury "hurts a little." With an MRI coming, the fourth-year pro isn't out of the woods just yet.
Both players have exhibited a tendency to get nicked up since arriving in Dallas. While Bryant receives credit for playing through lower-body pain in the past, his production has a tendency to fall off when he's less than 100 percent.