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We reported earlier today that an ex-scout claims that Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant had the worst background prior to an NFL draft.
Bryant decided to respond on Twitter.
I just wanted to know why is my background relevant right now? I promise there is more **** to talk about in this world than my background
— Dez Bryant (@DezBryant) July 1, 2013
Bryant is right, So far it seems like he’s moved on from his past and been staying out of trouble since the incident he had with his mother last year.
After a breakout season in 2012, I think Bryant will have a monster year in 2013.
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