It was reported by DallasNews.com that Dez Bryant has been fined an undisclosed amount by the Dallas Cowboys for missing a team meeting and a scheduled MRI. This possibly clears up the curious delay in Bryant's diagnosis of a hairline fracture of the tibial plateau of his right knee.
In news that might not surprise some people, former NFL star Greg Hardy has been arrested again, this time on a cocaine possession charge in Texas, per NBC’s Dallas-Fort Worth affiliate. Hardy hasn’t played football so far this season. He suited up for 12 of 16 games for the Dallas Cowboys in 2015, and was drafted in 2010 by the Carolina Panthers. According to NBC’s report, the arrest happened Sunday night, and Hardy “allegedly had 0.7 grams of cocaine in a wallet in his car. It was discovered after a traffic stop for failing to use a turn signal, a police affidavit states.” Hardy allegedly told police the substance did not belong to him. Hardy previously was arrested after allegedly assaulting
Collins tore a ligament in his toe on the Cowboys' first extra-point attempt in the first quarter and played with the injury until halftime. He didn't return for the second half. Sources said Collins will be out anywhere from 8 to 12 weeks with the toe injury. If Collins elects to have surgery to repair the torn ligament, he said it would add a few weeks of recovery time to his timeline. Collins left the locker room Tuesday wearing a walking boot. He said he plans to give the toe a few weeks to rest and give the other specialists time to review his MRI before making a final decision on if needs surgery or not. "It looks like something that will heal on its on," Collins said. "I'm hoping it would