Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant said he will return to practice Friday and plans to play on Sunday at Atlanta, reports the Dallas Morning News.
Bryant suffered a bruised knee and sprained his ankle in Sunday's win over Kansas City. He hasn't practiced the last two days.
"We're on a roll to do something good," Bryant said. "Got to be a part of that, want to be a part of that. If I'm good, I'm going to go. The way I feel right now, I expect to go."
Bryant said his bruised knee isn't related to a knee injury from a year ago that caused him to miss some time.
"There was no concern. No big concern," Bryant said. "You know how it was last year, it was kind of tough because I didn't know what was going on. Totally different situation. I could barely walk last year when that happened. I'm walking fine. I've been running around, jogging around fine. It's good, you know."