Cowboys Bringing In Bryant

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Free Agency has been going for roughly a month now and the Cowboys have remained unusually silent.  With the particular lack of movement with the Cowboys, they have left most writers and onlookers with little to talk about.  But, Jerry Jones, never short on material, came out with a couple of interesting quotes at the owners meetings a week ago.  One of the most intriguing was the prospect of bringing in Oklahoma State WR Dez Bryant.

Bryant, 6’2, 225 lbs. has the ideal size and speed to be a playmaker in the NFL.  He has gotten the “character issue” tag from being suspended by the NCAA in his senior year.  Bryant violated one of the NCAA bylaws when he failed to fully disclose his relationship with former Dallas Cowboy Deion Sanders.  Bryant was considered the best college wideout of the ’08 college season and may have won the Heisman Trophy this past season had he not be suspended.

Jones had this to say about the prospect of bringing in Bryant for a workout, “I just don’t want to be sitting there on draft day with a great opportunity and not having really done what we ought to have been doing which is know everything about him or any other player of that quality.”

Sounds like Jones and the Cowboys want to make sure they are prepared for whatever might happen come draft day.



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One Response to “Cowboys Bringing In Bryant”

  1. Chris says:

    There is no doubt that Jerry is looking at Dez Bryant hard, and why wouldn’t he be. After this last season do you think opponents are worried about Roy Williams, which leaves them free to double up on Miles Austin. The Cowboys need another prototypical wide receiver to open up their offense and allow Romo to be truly effective.

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