Dez Bryant was a surprise speaker at a rally to end violence against women on Saturday.
The Cowboys receiver, who was charged with allegedly hitting his mother last July, made a short speech during the event in front of Dallas' City Hall.
Bryant made a short speech, then told reporters afterwards, "Here's all you need to know: I'm done with domestic abuse."
From all accounts, Bryant appears done with all unflattering off-field incidents. Bryant repeatedly made headlines in the past, for financial issues, run-ins with mall cops, etc., leading up to the incident with his mother last summer.
Since that time, the only noise from Bryant has come on the field. He reached an agreement last November with the Dallas County District Attorney's office. Bryant did not have to enter a plea to the family violence charge, a misdemeanor, in exchange for undergoing anger management counseling for a year.
Meanwhile, Bryant turned in his best season as a pro, by far, in 2012 with 92 catches for ...