Two weeks ago, Dez Bryant made news when he turned himself in to police. Bryant's mother, Angela Bryant, placed a 911 call reporting an assault taking place, but has since requested the charges dropped.
Dallas Cowboys' head coach, Jason Garrett, reportedly spoke with Bryant several times after the incident.
At the Dallas Cowboys' annual "state of the team' address" to kick off training camp, owner and general manager, Jerry Jones, indicated he and Bryant have not been in contact with one another.
Jones is on to something. The less he interacts with players, the better.
The last thing Bryant needs is Jones calling him in to his office. Bryant dealt with his mother, police, and his head coach all in the last two weeks. The best thing for Bryant is to focus strictly on football now. Route running, conditioning, and playbook memorization should be Bryant's entire life through training camp. Jones neglected to speak with Bryant in the first two weeks, and hopefully the silence wi...