NFL: Dez Bryant is out for season with ACL tear

Dez, who suffered a torn ACL in Week 3, is out indefinitely, coach Todd Bowles said Thursday.

“We had a little bit of a disagreement,” Bowles told reporters.

He’s out indefinitely. “

The ACL was torn and it’s done.

He’s out indefinitely.

That’s all I can say.”

Bowles also said that the team had not been notified of any further problems with the quarterback, who left the team’s season-opening loss to the New York Jets with what the team called “a right ankle sprain.”

Bowels said the injury happened as he was preparing for the Cowboys game on Dec. 8.

He said it was the third time in his six seasons that Bryant had suffered a serious injury.

But Bowles has been reluctant to call him a lock to be the Cowboys’ starting quarterback this season because he is considered a “day-to-day” player, which means he has not played a full game in two seasons.

He has played only seven games since 2012, when he tore his ACL.

The Cowboys have said they expect Bryant to be ready to play again by the end of this season.