Jason Garrett talks Romo and Dez on Sirius Last week on on DCFanatic Radio I spoke to Bryan Broaddus about the realistic expectations for Dez Bryant regarding his involvement in the Cowboys offense considering Jason Garrett's history with playing first year guys. During Felix Jones rookie season most of were wondering by week four how come Jason Garrett drafted the kid if he wasn't going to use him. We all watched that Skins loss and were baffled as to how he had no offensive touches after showing everyone during the first three weeks that he could be so explosive. But what about Tashard Choice? Well he played more out of necessity in 2008 because of injury. When you have no 'Choice' but to play a guy because no one else is available then it is what it is. Now last season we did see Kevin Ogletree and Jon Phillips get some time at the end of the season, but then we are still waiting for Martellus Bennett to have his breakout season. Are we worried that even if Dez wows the world in training camp that Jason Garrett will still be reluctant to make him a big part of the Cowboys offense just because he's a rookie? Here's Jason Garrett talking about Dez and Tony Romo on Sirius NFL Radio... Jason Garrett on Sirius NFL Radio I know one thing. This offense is loaded. There is a very good QB in place who seems to be getting better and the weapons are there to score enough points to win a lot of NFL games. Just as Romo has continued to grow as a QB I hope Garrett continues to grow as an offensive coordinator. And if Dez is 'doin work' in training camp then feed him the rock Redball.