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Bryant doesn't go with Cowboys to NY, less likely to play
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IRVING, Texas (AP) — Dez Bryant didn't travel with the Cowboys to New York, making it less likely the All-Pro receiver will return from a broken right foot against the Giants.

Bryant was listed as doubtful Friday after missing practice all week. He broke his foot in the opener against the Giants, a 27-26 Dallas victory. The rematch Sunday will be six weeks since Bryant's injury.

A team spokesman said Bryant could travel Saturday. The team left a day earlier than usual to visit the 9/11 memorial.

Bryant did conditioning work on the side in practice after making his first appearance during the bye last week.

The Cowboys are 0-3 without Bryant and Tony Romo, who broke his left collarbone a week after Bryant went down and will miss at least four more games.