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Cowboys Dez Bryant Says New Deal ‘A Dream Come True’

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Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant said it was a hard off-season in the midst of testy contract negotiations, the Dallas Morning News reports. He made appearances at the team’s complex during off-season workouts and mandatory minicamp despite his agent’s possible objections.

“It’s the first time I’ve ever been in this kind of situation, and it was extremely hard,” he said. “It’s the whole reason why I came out to OTAs. I knew I was going to hear it from my agent, I was like ‘I don’t care.’ ”

But after signing his new deal Bryant was all smiles.

“I smiled the whole way over here – I couldn’t even say nothing but just smile and laugh, because I couldn’t believe it,” Bryant said. “All I could just think about is that it’s a dream – a dream come true. I think the only thing that’s missing is a Super Bowl.”

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One Response to “Cowboys Dez Bryant Says New Deal ‘A Dream Come True’”

  1. Gene says:

    Of course a Super Bowl is secondary to being overpaid. Too bad he didn’t understand that with the salary cap and being overpaid he is hurting his team’s chances of ever getting to the Super Bowl. I now predict it will take another twenty plus years or more for that to happen and that’s assuming brighter heads prevail financially. No player is worth so much money that the team suffers from salary cap problems. However, based on what I have observed from Bryant’s demeanor, I truly believe he just doesn’t get it.

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