Dez Bryant camp believes Cowboys are behind video rumors
Dez Bryant is trying to figure out who is responsible for all the recent rumors that have been spread about a potentially damaging video involving him, and a new report says his camp believes the Dallas Cowboys are the source of the leaks.
According to Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole, Bryant’s camp believes the Cowboys leaked rumors about the video to try driving down the price of the talented free agent wide receiver. Cole notes that the Cowboys have publicly denied knowledge of the video and that it wouldn’t make sense for them to spread damaging information about one of their star players. Nevertheless, Bryant’s side reportedly believes the Cowboys are behind it.
TMZ separately reported that Bryant’s mother believes someone is trying to sabotage her son, and she is trying to figure out who.
This information would run contrary to the report we shared about Bryant potentially being blackmailed by someone his old agent was paying off. If that were the case, then Bryant’s camp would more than likely know who is behind the video.
What also seems to contradict to this report is that the Cowboys supposedly had interest in a 2011 Walmart surveillance video that supposedly involves Bryant. If the Cowboys already knew about this video and were behind the rumors, then why would they be interested in the tape? It seems like someone else is behind it.