Found May 22, 2013 on Players View:
PLAYERS: Dez Bryant
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys
Dez Bryant was pegged as a prodigy back in college. The Dallas Cowboys wide receiver has just had problems with immaturity and poor decision-making. His poor impulse control and a seasonal bout with injuries are the pair of reasons that he is not held in the same esteem as other young gunners such as the Atlanta Falcons Julio Jones and the Cincinnati Bengals A.J. Green. Bryant told ESPN that he has undergone a growth process that will better him as a person and as a player. Please click here to read this story. The post Dez Bryant: I found myself appeared first on Players View.

Dez Bryant Is Who He Thinks He Is!

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Jerry Jones defends Jason Garrett

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Jerry Jones: Jason Garrett is “not coaching for his job this year”

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2013 Fantasy Football Preview: Dallas Cowboys

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Undergoing the knife to have a cyst removed from his back, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo had better thrive in the ‘Big D’

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