Found July 24, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
Dallas Cowboys’ receiver Dez Bryant was said to have the most troubling background coming out of college. Via the Star-Telegram, Bryant says he is ready to move forward and repay the Cowboys for standing by him. It means a lot. I give a lot of credit to them,” Bryant said. “They stuck their neck out for me and they stayed with me. The time when I didn’t understand certain things, they did their best to help me understand things. I feel like it’s my job to pay them back by going out and working hard Bryant has been impressing so far in training camp. If his new-found maturity is real, the Cowboys will be real winners. With Miles Austin fading away, Bryant stepped up huge last year for the Cowboys and this year we might see him explode. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Dez Bryant is ready to pay the Cowboys back appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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