ARLINGTON, TX - DECEMBER 19: Dez Bryant #88 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the New York Jets in the second quarter at AT&T Stadium on December 19, 2015 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Cowboys VP says Dez Bryant needs to do this one thing to be dominant again

Get ready for dominant Dez yet again.

Dez Bryant is no-question one of the top receivers in the NFL, even when he's not in the best shape in the world.

We saw that last season after a contract dispute led to him coming into camp a bit out of shape, pulling his hamstring and later injuring his foot.

For executive vice president Stephen Jones, he thinks Bryant can be back to his dominant self if he comes into camp in top shape, via SportsDay:

 "I think one of the tough things about last year for Dez, he plays with such energy, that with the contract dispute, if you will, he wasn't around, which is business, and consequently he probably wasn't in his best shape going into the season and then you start to add the injuries when players aren't in shape and they continued on through training camp and then on into the season and we ended up not having him much last year, so if he can get his rehab done and get himself in top condition, then I think we'll see the same Dez that we saw two years ago," said Stephen Jones.

Bryant has reportedly had no setbacks after foot surgery, and that has to be music to Dallas fan's ears.