The Cowboys and St. Louis Rams cut short the second of two joint practices at training camp Tuesday after several fights broke out, including one where Dallas receiver Dez Bryant was punched in the face.
Dez Bryant and Tyron Smith would likely be playing — and maybe even practicing — if the Dallas Cowboys were back home in the middle of the regular season.
The incident started when Patmon jarred Bryant’s helmet loose during a play and Bryant responded by yanking off Patmon’s helmet.
Dez Bryant took a couple of long pauses, first to search for a way to describe how he has matured and then to find the right word to describe skeptics who think he hasn’t changed at all.
Dez (and Demaryius) just got paid. But does their production warrant their contracts?
A person close to the negotiations says Dez Bryant has agreed to a five-year, $70 million contract with the Dallas Cowboys.
Dez Bryant is sending another signal that he won’t play for the Dallas Cowboys without a long-term contract.
Dez Bryant has indicated that he would be willing to miss regular-season games without a new long-term contract from the Dallas Cowboys.
“I do think this play belongs in the game,” Garrett said Wednesday at the owners meetings in Phoenix.
“It’s really not going to change,” owner John Mara said. “It’s not going to change the Dez Bryant play to a catch or any of the other ones.”