Dez Bryant's reps will remain the same

IRVING, Texas -- The end of the partnership between Jay Z's Roc Nation and CAA earlier this week will not affect the representation of Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant.

According to Kim Miale, Bryant's Roc Nation agent, the two-time Pro Bowl wide receiver will continue to be represented by Miale and CAA's Tom Condon.

Bryant moved to Roc Nation last fall and Condon was also added to help in talks with the Cowboys. The Cowboys had been in negotiations with Bryant's previous agent, Eugene Parker, on a multi-year deal but never closed on a contract.

In all likelihood, the Cowboys will place the franchise tag on Bryant for 2014 before March 2. Teams can designate players as franchise or transition players as soon as Monday. The Cowboys last used the franchise tag on outside linebacker/defensive end Anthony Spencer in 2013. They also used the tag on Spencer in 2012 and paid him roughly $19.4 million over those two seasons.

Bryant was named to the Pro Bowl for the second straight season -- but did not play in the all-star game due to a lingering groin injury -- after matching his uniform number with 88 catches for 1,320 yards and a Cowboys' single-season record 16 touchdown catches in 2014.