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IRVING It was reported Wednesday that Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant had reached a deal with the District Attorney's office to have his misdemeanor family assault charge conditionally dismissed.
During his Thursday press conference, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett answered several questions about how the organization will handle the situation with Bryant, who was accused of hitting his mother in July.
"We have really, really good player programs and player development programs here with the Cowboys," Garrett said. "We take that part of our job very seriously with all of our players. Dez has been a part of that thing and done a real good job with it."
To have the family assault charge dropped, Bryant cannot be arrested or charged with another crime within a year and he must attend a year of counseling.
Can Garrett assure Cowboys fans that Bryant's going to meet his obligations?
"We talk to Dez and all of our players every day about being the right kind of guy and trying to do the right things," Garrett said. "In his case right now, that's what he tries to do. We have a lot of programs in place for him and for other guys on our team to do the right things.
"He's very aware of that and he works very hard to do that every day. We try to support him in those efforts."
The NFL hasn't disciplined Bryant for the alleged incident but there's a chance that a punishment could come down in the future. Garrett initially said he didn't want to comment on if waiting on a punishment was fair or not.
"The NFL can do whatever they want," he added. "We as an organization are going to support Dez and his family, and we have throughout this whole process."
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According to Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant will be forced to undergo anger management after having the case dismissed stemming from the incident in which he assaulted his own mother. In effort to get the ugly incident in July behind him, Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant entered a conditional dismissal agreement with...
Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant could have a family violence charge against him dropped if he complies with an agreement reached with the Dallas County district attorney's Office.
The deal includes Bryant undergoing anger management counseling for a year. His attorney, Royce West, said Bryant has already been seeing a counselor for anger management.
The charge stems from...
It appears that Dez Bryant will get the alleged assault of his mother dismissed. The Dallas Cowboys receiver could still face punishment from the NFL.
In July, Bryant was arrested after hitting his mother in the face with a ball cap. A police affidavit says he also grabbed her shirt. Bryant has been taking anger management classes since the alleged altercation and his mother has...
Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant has agreed to a year of anger management counseling as part of a deal that could lead to dismissal of a family violence charge over a dispute with his mother.
Attorney Royce West said Wednesday that Bryant was already attending anger management sessions, and he said the Dallas County district attorney's office would dismiss the charge if Bryant...
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