Bryant out for Cowboys with ankle injury

UPDATE: Even worse news for the Cowboys: Bryant suffered a fractured ankle, first reported by the FOX game broadcast. The Cowboys have confirmed the injury.

Cowboys are down one playmaker against the Colts after rookie WR Dez Bryant had to be helped off the field in Indianapolis with a right ankle injury. The Cowboys announced Bryant won’t return.

Bryant suffered the injury while returning a kickoff during the fourth quarter. He didn’t put much weight on the leg as he was helped off the field by two team medical personnel and was brought immediately to the locker room, which is never a good sign.

Bryant has been dealing with a bothersome right ankle all season since injuring it in training camp. He was playing against the Colts with a bruised back as well as a sprained left ankle.

With Bryant out, Kevin Ogletree is making an appearance for the first time this season.

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