Found January 21, 2012 on thepigskinreport.com:
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Dallas Cowboys linebacker Keith Brooking has been around for a long time, as illustrated by his 14 year NFL career. He has seen it all. Great players come and go, while others simply waste their talent. He does not want to see that happen with wide receiver Dez Bryant, who has had a difficult time keeping out of trouble in his short professional career. To that end, Brooking called out Bryant and said that it is time for the second year wideout to “Be a Pro.” “I mean, the NFL is big-boy football,” Brooking told NFL.com. “Organizations aren’t into babysitting. At the end of the day, you have to be a pro.” Brooking did not want to go into detail about Bryant or his indiscretions, including his most recent run-in with authorities at a Miami nightclub. Unfortunately for Bryant, this is not the first time that he has been in trouble with the law. He has also had episodes with mall police, which seems more like a problem or an immature teenager, as well as jewelry ‘issues.’ T...
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