Originally written on Sports-Glory  |  Last updated 11/17/14

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - NOVEMBER 14: Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates after his first quarter touchdown reception against the New York Giants was confirmed by video replay on November 14, 2010 at the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant says he's sorry for stepping out of bounds during a second quarter reception Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.   The crowd at Cowboys Stadium booed Bryant after he stepped out of bounds on the play, and then booed him a few times when it was shown on the mega-screen.   "I was hearing it. I was," Bryant said via USA Today. "Man, that hurt my heart." Bryant said he didn't know where he was on the field when he decided not to take a hit on second down and three to go.   "When I seen where we was at, I was like, Damn. I didn't mean to do that," Bryant says. "It's not like me. It's not like me to run out of bounds. I seen like four or five guys coming so I took a step out. I didn't see the first down marker. That's my bad. I should've known where we was at on the field." Bryant ended the day with 12 receptions for 145-yards receiving.   "I like what I've got going on right now. It's me being on top of my stuff. Coach stays on me all the time, and I love it. I don't get down, I take it all in."
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