A quiet offseason is a good offseason for Dez Bryant. The 24-year-old Dallas Cowboys wide receiver hasn't been in the news for any negative reasons and has been a regular around the Valley Ranch practice facility, according to a recent story by The Dallas Morning News.
"He's just a really, really good young man," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett recently told The Morning News' David Moore. "He's made great strides over the last three years. We feel good about the progress he's made not only as a player but as a person.
"We all know the background from where he came. He's really grown a lot. I think the consistency that he's shown in his personal life spills over (onto the field). I feel great about his progress."
Bryant was arrested in July and charged with misdemeanor family violence for allegedly hitting his mother. Throughout his three seasons with the Cowboys, Bryant has faced multiple lawsuits stemming from unpaid debts, he was briefly banned from a Dallas mall and he was involv...