Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant is seeing another doctor to help determine if he can play the rest of this season with a broken finger on his left hand.
Coach Jason Garrett said Wednesday that the team and the player are getting more medical information to figure out the best way to handle the situation. He says Bryant's health now and going forward are "huge factors" in making a decision.
Bryant broke his finger in Sunday's victory at Cincinnati, though he returned a few plays after the injury and caught a touchdown.
The Cowboys (7-6) play at home Sunday against Pittsburgh. Garrett says Bryant is a tough guy and loves playing football, and will give himself and the team every chance to play Sunday and the rest of the season.
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