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Michael Irvin is one of the top three receivers in the history of the game in my opinion.
Irvin was strong, tough, vocal, and a born leader. He worked day in and day out to be the best he could be for the Cowboys.
Irvin might be the best wide receiver to wear the #88 in NFL and Cowboys history, but that could all soon change. Dez Bryant is a beast, and a different type of athlete.
Irvin visited the Cowboys this week, and told ESPN Dallas that he wishes he had the talent like Dez Bryant, and went even further, saying he used to pray to have that type of talent.
“Not many. Not many in my whole life, period. I ain’t talking about now, I’m talking about in my whole life that had that physical gift, that ability that he has to go up and catch any pass. He can catch any pass. The ability to run by people, the ability to catch a short ball and run around you, through you, however he needs to get there – he has that ability.
“He has the ability that when you see him, you go back in your p...
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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has been more known for his off-the-field problems than on-the-field success in his short career.
Bryant says those days are over.
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Without much surprise it sounds like Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has been making some big plays in training camp so far.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com had the following report on Bryant from yesterday’s practice.
Dez Bryant is just, well, it’s hard to describe. He beat cornerback Morris Claiborne on four plays in the one-on-one passing drill. In the team period, Bryant...
OXNARD, Calif. "I'm going to make sure I'm the best at what I do.''
Dez Bryant avoided the media invitation to offer up some Terrell theatrics or some Ocho-Cinco silliness or even to play the "Are You Better Than Calvin Johnson'' Game. His press conference this week at Dallas Cowboys training camp was as spectacular as his performance in Oxnard...
Leave it to the Dallas Cowboy's owner Jerry Jones to make things interesting. This week on the NFL Network inconversation with Michael Irvin and Rich Eisen he opened up the topic of the league returning to Los Angeles. "I feel more imminent about a team being in here, that it's more imminent than any time since we haven't had a team in Los Angeles," Jones said...
Dallas Cowboys’ receiver Dez Bryant was said to have the most troubling background coming out of college. Via the Star-Telegram, Bryant says he is ready to move forward and repay the Cowboys for standing by him.
It means a lot. I give a lot of credit to them,” Bryant said. “They stuck their neck out for me and they stayed with me. The time when I didn’t understand certain...
Say what you want about Dez Bryant, but he does seem to be trying to grow up.
Bryant has huge personal goals for this season, that include scoring 20 touchdowns, and going over the 2,000 yard mark in receiving.
Bryant is big on loyalty, and feels he owes the Cowboys a ton for all the support they’ve given him. Bryant told the Star Telegram that the loyalty the Cowboys showed...
Dez Bryant attributes his breakout second-half last season to being comfortable on and off the field.
Bryant totaled 10 touchdowns and 879 receiving yards during the final eight games of the season. That included two games of 145 yards receiving and another at 224 yards.
The 24-year-old Dallas Cowboys wide receiver said he started becoming comfortable midway through last season...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Sports Writer Dez Bryant wants to be a leader for the Dallas Cowboys. He's certainly playing like one after his first trouble-free offseason in three years.
The fourth-year receiver has been downright dominant early in training camp, repeatedly soaring over starting cornerbacks Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne...
OXNARD, Calif. Jerry Jones, Tony Romo and Dez Bryant each spent time being interviewed by former Dallas Cowboys superstar receiver Michael Irvin on Wednesday.
The Pro Football Hall of Famer was in town to talk to the Cowboys owner, quarterback and top wide receiver for segments on NFL Network.
One of the questions Irvin asked Bryant was if the duo of he and Miles Austin is the...