Dez Bryant not bothered by shoulder injury

The sight of Pro Bowl receiver Dez Bryant walking to the locker room with an athletic trainer in the first quarter provided a scare to the many Dallas Cowboys fans at LP Field on Sunday afternoon.

But the shoulder injury caused Bryant to miss just one series.

Bryant played the rest of the game with extra padding on his right shoulder, which he hurt when he came down hard on it after catching a pass across the middle on the Cowboys’ first drive of the game. Bryant finished the game with 10 catches for 103 yards and a touchdown.

“I’ll fight through anything,” Bryant said. “As you see, I came back and did what I do. It’s good, it’s good, it’s good. It might be sore in the morning, but it’s good right now.”

Backup running back Joseph Randle exited early in the third quarter after suffering a concussion covering a kickoff. Randle, who gained 26 yards on three carries and had a tackle on special teams, will have to pass the NFL’s concussion protocol before being cleared to practice or play.

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