Bryant will not work out at Oklahoma State’s pro day

Oklahoma State WR Dez Bryant will not participate in the school’s pro day Wednesday because of a left hamstring injury.

Bryant said last week at the NFL Scouting Combine that he would work out at the pro day, but apparently, the ailment that kept him from running in Indianapolis is still bothering him.

Bryant expects to be recovered soon, however, and will work out on either March 25 or March 29 in his hometown of Lufkin, Texas.

Bryant missed the final nine games of his junior season after being suspended by the NCAA for lying about a visit he had with his mentor, NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders. Bryant hasn’t performed in front of scouts since a Sept. 19 game against Rice.

Meanwhile, former Oklahoma State CB Perrish Cox isn’t welcome to run drills in Stillwater. He was suspended from the Cotton Bowl after violating team rules and is banned from working out at pro day.

Gil Brandt

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