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By now, everyone has word about the Cowboys trying to provide some guidance -- because dammit, discipline is something you do FOR people, not TO them, so quit yer ******** young man or so help me I'll... -- for their universally regarded as troubled and talented wideout. And you know that he's got a curfew, has to have a 3-man team with him when he's out, and so on, and so on. But as always, FTT gets the details that other Web sites miss. (How do we do it? Lying!)10) Must floss at least four times a week, and have someone watch him do it9) If he wants to rub one out, must not do so in the weekly counseling sessions, or in front of the security team8) Not allowed to have meat on the cheese plates, and vice versa7) Prohibited from going on eBay, Etsy or QVC after that last Highly Unfortunate Incident6) Only allowed to use Twitter while having proper spelling and grammar, so, well, he's not going to be on Twitter5) Absolutely forbidden from wearing. or dating, white aft...
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The Cowboys have hired a security team to follow Dez Bryant around and have laid out a list of rules he must abide by. See the strict policy here.
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The guidelines by which Dez Bryant must abide by if he wants to remain a part of the Cowboys have received much scrutiny over the last few days, but the team's outspoken owner says they weren't the team's idea.
DALLAS Former Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson said receiver Dez Bryant has yet to prove he's worth the off-field trouble he's brought upon himself and the team.
"Time will tell," Johnson said Wednesday during a press conference at a Dallas hotel. "I don't think you can say yes or no right now. Up to this point, we don't know. He's just a young guy...
After learning of the Dez Bryant rules that were apparently mandated by the Cowboys, there was talk that the rules could violate the CBA. But according to 105.3 The Fan, the rules don’t actually violate the CBA. Mainly because the rules were not handed down by the Cowboys. Instead, it was Dez Bryant’s inner circle that created the rules and presented them to the Cowboys.
Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant is a talent on the field, but his problems start when he steps off the field. Bryant, who is currently awaiting possible prosecution stemming from allegedly assaulting his mother, has been given a special set of rules by his club regarding his behavior off the field this season. And frankly, these rules are ridiculous.
The Dallas Cowboys have imposed...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant reportedly has agreed to a strict set of rules set for him by the team. The rules, which began Thursday, focus on personal conduct and range from a curfew to abstaining from alcohol, ESPNDallas reported citing sources. The Cowboys' handing of the Bryant stems from a July assault charge against him for striking his biological mother...
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Cowboys coach Jason Garrett says a series of guidelines have been put in place for Dez Bryant to hold the young receiver accountable.
While Garrett didn't go into specifics Monday, he said the team wants to support Bryant and his family. He says there is a balance in holding players accountable while also wanting to support and help them.
Forget Tony Romo and the sometimes ill-timed interception that seems to offset super-athletic flashes of utter brilliance. When it comes to off-the-charts, untapped athletic—and football—prowess, Dez Bryant is the most frustrating Dallas Cowboy of them all.
Writing his column, Shutdown Corner, for Yahoo! Sports, Doug Farrar puts it quite well:
The Dallas Cowboys have...
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is getting the “Pacman” Jones treatment.
He has agreed to strict guidelines from team officials regarding his off-the-field behavior.
Here are some of the rules he must follow:
• A midnight curfew. If he’s going to miss curfew, team officials must know in advance
• No drinking alcohol.
• He can’t attend any strip clubs and can only...
The Dallas Cowboys are implementing a strict set of rules and guidelines for troubled wide receiver Dez Bryant in 2012, hoping they will help him stay out of trouble and on the field as the team hopes to get back to the NFL Playoffs this season. Sources say that the rules went into effect for Bryant this past Thursday, and they are going to stand behind them going forward.
It seems that the Dallas Cowboys have come up with a set of special rules for 23-year-old Dez Bryant due to his habit of running into trouble when away from the football field, such as allegedly assaulting his own mother. The NFL’s Cowboys don’t want to take any risks with the youngster and it’s been reported that they have set out a list of special rules for him to follow...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones made headlines (as usual) this past weekend when news was revealed that the Cowboys were putting star young wide receiver Dez Bryant under strict rules to keep him out of trouble. Now Jones, arguably the most visible and involved owner in all of sports, is appearing in a Papa John’s [...]
We already mentioned that the Cowboys have committed a personal security team to Dez Bryant detail in order to keep the oft-troubled receiver from finding himself in more hot water. Of course, the Cowboys learned the hard way with Pacman Jones that a team of bodyguards isn’t enough on its own to enforce behaviorial guidelines. Further steps are necessary. Which is why the Cowboys...
Troubled but talented wide receiver Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys has agreed to abide by a set of special rules imposed by the team, ESPNDallas.com reported Sunday.
Citing sources, the report said the rules went into effect on Aug. 23 and include no alcohol, no strip clubs, only nightclubs that are approved by the Cowboys and a midnight curfew.
Additionally, Bryant will have...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was reportedly given a set of rules by the organization in order to ensure he stays out of trouble. Was it a mistake for Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett to make said rules public. Will making those rules public cost Jason Garrett his job?