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Say what you want about Dez Bryant, but he does seem to be trying to grow up.
Bryant has huge personal goals for this season, that include scoring 20 touchdowns, and going over the 2,000 yard mark in receiving.
Bryant is big on loyalty, and feels he owes the Cowboys a ton for all the support they’ve given him. Bryant told the Star Telegram that the loyalty the Cowboys showed him won’t be forgotten, and he wants to repay the organization for all they did.
“It means a lot. I give a lot of credit to them,” Bryant said, via Clarence Hill of theFort Worth Star-Telegram. “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 thinks highly of himself, and feels he’s among the best in the game.
“If you’re a wideout, that is supposed to be your mindset,” Bryant said. “You don’t want to be second. You don’t want to be third. You want to be the best. That is what I’m trying to do.”
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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has been more known for his off-the-field problems than on-the-field success in his short career.
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Without much surprise it sounds like Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has been making some big plays in training camp so far.
Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com had the following report on Bryant from yesterday’s practice.
Dez Bryant is just, well, it’s hard to describe. He beat cornerback Morris Claiborne on four plays in the one-on-one passing drill. In the team period, Bryant...
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...
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Making plays that are “hard to describe,” writer Calvin Watkins says electric Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has been “dominant” at training camp. Taken 24th overall in 2010, the 24-year-old Bryant has caught 200 balls for 2,871 yards and 27 touchdowns over 43 games as a Cowboy. Born to a rock peddler, the native Texan had long been notorious for acting violently...
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