Originally posted on BlackSportsOnline  |  Last updated 4/9/13
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is trying to improve him image, and show some maturation at this point in his career. Bryant has a new Jordan Brand deal has no interest in losing that.  Bryant is frustrated in the fact that a two weeks ago when he spoke about gaining 2000 yards receiving in a single season, media pundits and experts tried to paint him as selfish. Bryant for his part feels his words were misconstrued and taken out of context.  He will not let that happen again.  Earlier today I reported on Bryant saying he loved being a Cowboy because everybody hates the Cowboys.  Between now and then, someone in the media irked Bryant, because Dez vowed never to speak to the media outside of Dallas again. I’m never talking with the media outside of valley ranch all they do is twist your words…. — Dez Bryant (@DezBryant) April 9, 2013 ESPN 600, the radio station that interviewed Bryant earlier, agreed and had his back in regard to the big brother station ESPN. @espn completely took our @dezbryant interview out of context and made him look bad. #TeamDez Listen to the truth: bit.ly/17pxk7g — 600 ESPN El Paso (@600espnelpaso) April 9, 2013 We shall see if Bryant is able to keep his word with this.
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