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Tony Romo not worried about Dez Bryant's slow start

The "when will he" questions about Dez Bryant continue to swirl.

The Dallas Cowboys wide receiver has yet to find the end zone, and he struggled against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 2 with three receptions for 17 yards -- and also two drops, one fumble and one muffed punt.

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Quarterback Tony Romo told the Star-Telegram's Clarence Hill that he's not worried about his No. 1 receiver.

"I just think Dez needs to come to work hard everyday like he's doing and continue to get better as a wide receiver," Romo said. "I think he's doing that."

There has been one sure cure for passing ills during this early stretch of the season: the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs have allowed an average of 400.5 passing yards per game -- worst in the NFL. The Cowboys play host at 1 p.m. ET Sunday.

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