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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Articles tagged: Dez Bryant

Jerry Jones praises Roc Nation for role in getting Dez Bryant deal done

Prior to Wednesday’s NFL franchise tender deadline, the Cowboys and Dez Bryant agreed to a deal to keep the Pro Bowl wide receiver in Dallas for the foreseeable future. After a public dispute that had been ongoing for weeks, Bryant signed a contract that will pay him $70 million over five years, with $45 million…Read More

Dez Bryant reportedly ‘optimistic’ after Cowboys increase offer

The Dallas Cowboys are reportedly making a strong push to sign Dez Bryant to a long-term contract before the franchise tender deadline passes at 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that the Cowboys have increased their offer to Bryant and expressed a willingness to pay him more than $13 million…Read More

Report: Cowboys want protection in case Dez Bryant gets into trouble

The Dallas Cowboys are reportedly concerned that giving Dez Bryant too much money could make it more likely that he will get into trouble off the field. According to Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole, one of the reasons contract talks between the Cowboys and Bryant have seemingly gone stale is that the team wants to be…Read More

Report: Dez Bryant wants more money than Calvin Johnson

The situations between Dez Bryant and the Dallas Cowboys and Demaryius Thomas and the Denver Broncos are almost identical. The franchise-tagged wide receivers are two of the best in the game at their position, and they both want to be paid like they’re No. 1. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, contract talks between Bryant…Read More

Dez Bryant confirms he will not show up without contract

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has confirmed that he will not show up to training camp if he cannot come to terms on a long-term contract with the team. Bryant took to Twitter on Monday afternoon to apologize to Cowboys fans while making his intentions very clear. As much as I love football…on my…Read More

Dez Bryant informs Cowboys he won’t attend camp, is willing to miss games

Dez Bryant has officially informed the Dallas Cowboys that he will not show up to work until he gets a long-term contract, according to a report. Sources reportedly told ESPN’s Ed Werder on Monday that Bryant personally called Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones to inform him that the team has a deadline of Wednesday…Read More

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