Recovered from a surgically repaired left index finger, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is ‘catching passes’ and ‘not missing a beat’

Only the great Calvin Johnson is a more gifted wide receiver than Dez Bryant.

Catching passes for the first time since suffering a fractured left index finger that required surgery in January, electric Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is “not missing a beat” on the gridiron.

“Finger is great,” said Bryant, 24, who the Cowboys took with the 24th selection in the 2010 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma State University. “I’m catching passes the same, I’m not missing a beat.”

Bryant, who has caught 200 balls for 2,871 yards and 27 touchdowns in 43 games as a Cowboy, seems to be maturing and concentrating strictly on football.

Notorious for violent behavior and lacking responsibility, the former Stillwater star deserves kudos for displaying pearls and trying to improve as a person and professional.

When healthy, happy and prepared, the freakish 6-foot-2, 218 pound Bryant is an absolutely menacing physical force who can overwhelm defenders with strength, size and speed.

Teaming with overpaid statistics compiler Tony Romo, Dez Bryant can help Jerry Jones again gets “some glory hole” and dominate in the Big D this autumn.

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