Found November 08, 2013 on
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Dez Bryant’s passion for the game has been evident both on-field and on the sidelines in the last few weeks. The Dallas Cowboys receiver recently opened up to Flaunt magazine, for an interview that tackles this topic among others. Within the piece, he discusses subjects ranging from his upbringing to his harsh critics.
On his NFL Draft day:
“The whole draft process, it was crazy for me. I damn near visited every team.”
On preparing for college:
“Truth be told, I didn’t know [much]. After my junior year, a lot of schools were interested, any school you can think of…and I started to get nervous. I never thought about me, Dez, going to a major university.”
On dealing with his critics in the Dallas media:
“This is how I look at it: It all depends on where you come from, when you come out of the draft, if the politics are good or bad. If they’re bad, you’re going to get the worst end of everything, and if they’re good, you’re going to get the best of everything. When it’s bad you have to stay focused, stay grinding, and work your way up out of it.”
The 24 year-old also shed his Cowboys gear for a corresponding fashion feature. The spread was shot by Davis Factor, the grandson of cosmetics pioneer, Max Factor. Bryant was styled by Leila Baboi, wearing a range of Fall menswear pieces from Giorgio Armani, Diesel and Dolce and Gabbana. To read the full piece and for additional photos, visit here. For behind-the-scenes video footage of the shoot, visit here.
(photos via flaunt.com)
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Tweet Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant may have his questionable moments from time to time, but in the process he has established himself as one of the NFL’s best. Although he has played great this season, Fox Sports Southwest is reporting that Bryant may have a disk problem in his back that has been limiting him in practice and in games lately...
Still battling a bummed back, electric Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant will play on Sunday night when Dallas visits the Saints in New Orleans. Thankfully, reports now indicate that Bryant isn’t dealing with a bulging or herniated disc and plans to compete through the pain. “I feel good and I’m playing on Sunday,” said Bryant, 25, who Dallas took 24th overall in 2010 out...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant did not practice on Wednesday. His back was tight.
In the locker room after practice, Bryant said there was no doubt that he would play Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. The rest of the organization has that feeling, too. The day off was just a precaution.
But what about the future?
Bryant turned 25 on Monday. A 25-year-old with back...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant participated on a limited basis in practice on Thursday while continuing to vow to play Sunday night in New Orleans. Fox Sports Southwest is reporting that the Cowboys standout wide receiver is suffering from a bulging or herniated disc in his back and that measures being taken to treat […]
According to Mike Fisher of FOX Sports Southwest, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant may have a herniated or bulging disc in his back.
Dallas wide receiver Dez Bryant participated on a limited basis in practice on Thursday while continuing to vow to play Sunday night in New Orleans. But sources close to the Cowboys standout tell FOX Sports Southwest that there are concerns...
Dallas wide receiver Dez Bryant participated on a limited basis in practice on Thursday while continuing to vow to play Sunday night in New Orleans. But sources close to the Cowboys standout tell FOX Sports Southwest that there are concerns he is suffering from a bulging or herniated disc in his back and that measures being taken to treat the ailment go far beyond "precautionary...
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Incognito has been suspended indefinitely and the NFL has launched an investigation...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant sat out of practice Wednesday and was limited in Thursday’s session with a back issue. That issue may be more serious than it was originally perceived.
The Cowboys claim that Bryant’s limited participation in practice this week was precautionary. However, Fox Sports Southwest reports Bryant may be suffering from a bulging or herniated disc...
Source close to the Cowboys are reporting concern that Dez Bryant may have a bulging or herniated disc in his back.
This according to Fox Sports Southwest via LostThatSportsBlog.com
Sources close to the Cowboys standout tell FOX Sports Southwest that there are concerns he is suffering from a bulging or herniated disc in his back and that measures being taken to treat...
The Dallas Cowboys are fearing that Dez Bryant’s back issue has gone beyond routine soreness or spasms. According to FoxSportsSouthwest.com sources “close to the Cowboys” fear Dez Bryant’s back issue could be a bulging or herniated disc.
Bryant was tight lipped in the locker room, ”C’mon, you know I’m going to play,” he said.
Bryant missed practice...
News courtesy of ESPN Dallas:
The good news has arrived for Dallas fans. Star Wide-Out Dez Bryant does NOT have any disk issues. Bryant has been complaining of a sore back these past couple of weeks. Dez, as we recall also left the game in a wheelchair weeks ago against Washington. This had Cowboys fans nervous that Dez might be hiding a severe injury. Nothing to worry too...
Dez Bryant is a physical specimen, who only knows how to play the game at one speed. It might be catching up to Bryant at this point.
Fox Sports South West is reporting that the Cowboys are terribly concerned about a bulging disk in Bryant’s lower back.
While the Cowboys indicated Bryant was held back in practice as a precaution, the receiver’s injury could be disconcerting...
Cowboys wideout Dez Bryant does not have a disk issue in his back, according to Cowboys VP Stephen Jones. SOURCE: ESPN Dallas.Fantasy Spin:Jones said the injury is "muscle related." Bryant missed some practice time this week but he's probable for Sunday's game against New Orleans.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is ready to go when the team takes on the New Orleans Saints this Sunday, “C’mon, you know I’m gonna play”, says Bryant. But, there might be some concern for the player as sources state that he might be suffering from a bulging or herniated disk.
According to FOXSportsSouth.com, the injury is “a significant deal” to the Cowboys...