Found July 24, 2012 on
So there's good news. And bad news.
A spokeswoman for a Dallas County district attorney claims an affidavit of non-prosecution from Angela Bryant is included in the case filed against Dez Bryant. Bryant volunteered himself to police after being alerted of a warrant out for his arrest last week.
Dez Bryant's mother placed a 911 call on July 14 alleging an assault taking place. Now it appears she wants to drop the case.
For the sake of the Dallas Cowboys' win column, the troubled third-year receiver needs to catch a break from prosecutors. The likelihood of commissioner Roger Goodell suspending Bryant will diminish greatly if the charges are dropped.
But the charges shouldn't be dropped.
Prosecutors need to pursue this case for Dez Bryant's own good. In the long run it will help the Cowboys.
Bryant would benefit greatly from a legally imposed probation. He would be required to stay out of trouble, and might learn what the inside of his playbook looks like. ...
BEST OF MAXIM
NOT WITHOUT MY MAMA
A Dallas news outlet has reported that the mother of the Cowboys wide receiver has decided not to press charges over last week's incident.
Angela Bryant, the mother of Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant, submitted an affidavit asking prosecutors not to pursue a case against her son.
Dez was arrested on July 16 for allegedly attacking his mother during an argument. Authorities have said Angela had a swollen wrist and thumb and bruising on her upper arms.
As seen in the video above from ESPN, a press conference...
DALLAS Dez Bryant played two full seasons and three games of his junior year while attending Oklahoma State. The Dallas Cowboys wide receiver had his junior season prematurely ended when he was ruled ineligible after lying to the NCAA about his relationship with Deion Sanders.
Bryant's coach at OSU, Mike Gundy, was asked Tuesday about Bryant's ability to move past the off...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant's attorney says Bryant and his mother can work out any differences through counseling.
Authorities say Angela Bryant called 911 after a July 14 incident in which her son hit her with a hat and grabbed her shirt, causing it to tear. Dez Bryant was arrested two days later. His mother has told authorities she doesn't want to pursue the...
Dez Bryant’s mother Angela Bryant surely sounded like a woman ready to press charges on her son in her 911 call to police where she proclaimed, “He tried to kill me.” But as the days have passed and she has apparently cooled off, Angela Bryant has decided to not press charges against her son and to not cooperate with authorities.
Despite Angela Bryant’s decision, the state...
You know his name. You've heard the story. But you don't know the man that is Dez Bryant. He wears No. 88. It's the same number Drew Pearson wore. It's also the same number Michael Irvin wore. But, wearing a number that a Dallas Cowboy legend wore doesn't guarantee success. It only adds fuel to the fire.
The fire is Dez Bryant. The fuel is whatever drives him...
DALLAS (AP) -- Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant's attorney says Bryant and his mother can work out any differences through counseling.
Authorities say Angela Bryant called 911 after a July 14 incident in which her son hit her with a hat and grabbed her shirt, causing it to tear. Dez Bryant was arrested two days later. His mother has told authorities she doesn't want...
Dez Bryant is a former Oklahoma State wide receiver that now plays for the Dallas Cowboys. According to some reports, he hit his mother but he is taking to Twitter to clear his name. Bryant is an amzing receiver and I have a heard time believing he has hit his mother so color me skeptical. Here are some Tweets in Dez Bryant’s case.
@DezBryant doesn’t look like he’d treat his...
The mother of Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant apparently has decided that she does not want to press assault charges against her son, NBC 5 in Dallas-Fort Worth reported Monday. Police had arrested Bryant on a misdemeanor family violence charge on July 16, two days after he allegedly assaulted his mother, Angela Bryant, during an argument at her home. He allegedly hit...
HELP IS AVAILABLE
In light of Dez Bryant's ongoing problems off the field, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said should Bryant seek counseling, the team will "embrace the opportunity to help him."
The altercation that took place between Cowboys WR Dez Bryant and his mother Angela last week will remain a mystery if Angela has anything to say about it. Angela is refusing to cooperate with police and has declined to press charges. Angela held a press conference today (Tuesday) that both she and Dez attended however, [...]
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Coach Jason Garrett says he and the Dallas Cowboys will support Dez Bryant and his family.
Garrett was at practice Wednesday and he said it was "premature" to think about taking disciplinary action against Bryant, who was arrested last week for allegedly attacking his mother during an argument. He says the team is still collecting information about...
He might have assaulted his own mother, but Dez Bryant can rest assured that Tony Romo is still in his corner.
“The one thing I know is that Dez knows I have his back,” Romo told ESPN on Friday. “Dez knows I’ll be there for him. Dez knows that I’m going to stick up for him.”
Bryant turned himself into police on Monday on a family domestic violence charge after allegedly...