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Cowboys' Jones expects Dez Bryant will be at camp, all games

By STEPHEN HAWKINS
AP Sports Writer

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants Dez Bryant to spend his entire career with the team, and expects that the disgruntled All-Pro receiver will be at training camp and the regular-season opener.

Jones said Wednesday that he has "no doubt" that Bryant will be leading the way for the Cowboys in their opener Sept. 13 at home against the NFC East rival New York Giants.

Bryant has not signed his franchise tender that will guarantee him $12.8 million this season, and has indicated that he is willing to skip regular-season games without a long-term deal.

In a tweet Wednesday, Bryant wrote that $13 million "is cool but Where is my security?"

Jones says he's sympathetic and understands completely, and would like nothing more than to have long-term security with Bryant.

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