Despite a mild foot sprain, Dez Bryant is expected to be on the field against the Chiefs. (Rich Schultz/Getty Images)
Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant should play Sunday against the Chiefs despite a mild sprain of his left foot, according to a Dallas Morning News report.
Bryant suffered the injury when Giants safety Ryan Mundy landed on his left leg while making a tackle. An MRI revealed the sprain Monday.
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Coach Jason Garrett said during a Monday afternoon press conference that the Cowboys do not think Bryant's injury is a "too, too serious thing."
The Giants limited Bryant to four catches for 22 yards by consistently doubling a safety
over him in coverage.