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Dez Bryant returns to Dallas Cowboys practice after foot surgery

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The Dallas Cowboys have struggled badly so far in the 2015 NFL season.

Everything was going so well for Jason Garrett's side, who won their first two games of the season - against the Giants and Eagles - until both Tony Romo and Dez Bryant got injured.

The Cowboys have lost four straight since then, but they might finally be getting a big boost, with one injured star finally making a return to practice.

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According to a report from Todd Archer of ESPN.com, Dez Bryant has practiced for the first time since his injury.

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This is the first time that Bryant has been seen since suffering a broken bone in his foot in week one. He might only be limited in practice, but this is a big indication that he is close to making a return to the gridiron, which the Cowboys desperately need.

Dallas face the Seattle Seahawks at the weekend and having Dez suited up would be a massive boost as their look to turn their fortunes around.

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