Dez Bryant returned to the practice field Thursday in a limited capacity with a knee injury after missing Wednesday's session.
Coach Jason Garrett added that Bryant's absence Wednesday was more about the wideout's knee than the surgically repaired foot that kept him out five games. Garrett said he is confident Bryant will progress throughout the week.
Tony Romo also practiced on Thursday, mostly doing individual drills and some scout-team work. Romo is eligible to return to game action in Week 11.
Here is the rest of Thursday's injury news we are tracking:
- Jets kick returner Zac Stacyfractured his ankle just before halftime and was carted off the field. Before the game, the Jets announced that CB Antonio Cromartie (deep thigh bruise) would not play versus the Bills. It marked the first time in his 10-year career that Cromartie missed a game because of injury.