SAN ANTONIO -- The big story at practice on Friday was the right high-ankle sprain suffered by rookie wide receiver Dez Bryant.
He will miss four to six weeks with his injury.
However, there was some good news. Martellus Bennett, the tight end, made his training camp debut after missing the first nine practices with a sprained ankle. Here's what went down on Friday.
*For the first time in training camp, the entire offensive half of the roster was present and accounted for. Bennett was the last player to make the practice field. The defense still is missing Patrick Watkins (knee), Akwasi Owusu-Ansah (shoulder), Sean Lee (strained quad), Steve Octavien (hip), Stephen Hodge (knee), Sean Lissemore (groin) and Jason Hatcher (elbow).
*Bennett looked pretty good on the practice field, running well and making cuts. After practice, Bennett said he feels 80 percent. He got reps with the second team while John Phillips moved back and forth between the second and third teams.
*In case you were wondering, here's some second-team and third-team offensive lines: Left tackle Alex Barron, left guard Montrae Holland, center Travis Bright, right guard Pat McQuistan, right tackle Robert Brewster is the second team. The third team is left tackle Will Barker, left guard Mike Tepper, center Phil Costa, right guard McQuistan and Bright, right tackle Sam Young.
*The red zone offense looked a lot better as the first-team offense took on the first-team defense. On the second pass, Tony Romo found Roy Williams with a nice pass for a touchdown. On the fourth pass, Romo connected with Felix Jones before safety Gerald Sensabaugh could get to him. Bradie James was called for pass inteference on a Romo pass to Bennett in the end zone.
*The outside linebackers were doing a number on the tackles. Anthony Spencer, DeMarcus Ware and Brandon Williams provided good pressures on Romo. Roy Williams caught a pass from Romo just seconds before Spencer could grab the quarterback.
*Some things of note: Miles Austin had a nice block on Orlando Scandrick on a bubble screen to Williams. ... Scandrick made a nice read of a pass to the sidelines from Romo as he jumped the route to knock the pass down. ... Marcus Spears did a nice job knocking down a Romo pass. ... A couple of nice, clean catches were made by Sam Hurd on a dive and Patrick Crayton on a slant.