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Focused Bryant willing to put in work

Receivers coach Jimmy Robinson sets -- and demands -- a high standard from players

Updated: July 30, 2011, 6:41 AM ET
By Tim MacMahon | ESPNDallas.com

SAN ANTONIO -- He'll either be one of the best playmakers in Dallas Cowboys history or one of the franchise's biggest disappointments.

With Dez Bryant, there's rarely much middle ground. And there aren't any excuses, at least not anymore.

Bryant, the second-year receiver/return man/lightning rod, is talented enough to be the best receiver to ever wear a star on his helmet. That's quite a mouthful considering that Bob Hayes and Michael Irvin have busts in Canton, Ohio, but a receiver ...

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