Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant underwent surgery on his broken right foot Monday, multiple media outlets announced.
He is expected to be out for four to six weeks, coach Jason Garrett said earlier Monday. The team will not place him on season-ending injured reserve.
Bryant finished Sunday’s game with five receptions for 48 yards, but he was not on the field for the Cowboys’ winning drive in the closing moments.
Bryant broke his foot during the third quarter of his first game since signing five-year, $70 million contract in July.
He also left the game briefly in the first half to be treated for dehydration.
Offensive coordinator Scott Linehan said replacing Bryant will be a week-to-week adjustment based on the opponent.
Devin Street, a second-year player from Pitt, could start and got up to speed during offseason workouts Bryant skipped during a contract dispute.