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...