By Tim Polzer
December 26, 2013

Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant says he thinks college players should be paid for their autographs. (Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) Dez Bryant could set career marks with a big game against the Eagles. (Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

If Tony Romo's back injury didn't do enough to freak out Cowboys fans prior to the team's must-win season finale against the Eagles, reports surfaced this week saying star wide receiver Dez Bryant was limited at practice also with a back issue.

Bryant caught some passes early in Thursday's practice before undergoing treatment with the team's trainers. But . . . he also said he has "no doubt" that he'll play against the Eagles for the NFC East title.

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Bryant is having a near-career season with a game to go in his fourth year, despite critics wondering why the team doesn't look in his direction more often. He'll enter the game against the Eagles with 85 reception for 1,134 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2013.

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