Found July 20, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
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Since learning of Dez Bryant's Monday arrest and alleged domestic violence incident that took place Saturday at his mother's home in DeSoto, many have speculated about who deserves blame for Bryant's problems off the field. In a Thursday column by Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman, former NFL wide receiver Bryan Gilmore places some of that blame on former Cowboys cornerback Deion Sanders. Gilmore, a Lufkin native like the Cowboys wide receiver, said he tried to act as a mentor to Bryant after meeting him as a high school senior. But that changed and the contact stopped after Bryant met Sanders during his time at Oklahoma State, according to Gilmore. "If you want to call out someone, call out Deion Sanders," Gilmore said. "He didn't even call me after that. I personally tried to keep him away from that." Gilmore played eight seasons in the NFL from 2000-2007, bouncing around from the Cardinals, Dolphins and 49ers. He finished his career with 53 rec...
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  • Some of the blame has to fall on Mama's shoulders. If she didn't
    take the time to teach him to respect his own mother, who the hell is he going to respect? A classic sin of our society all these fatherless boys and no dad to kick them in the a$$ when they do something stupid.
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