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Thursday, February 20, 2020

Dez Bryant admits frustration with Cowboys, won’t take pay cut

Dez Bryant

It’s been a frustrating season for Dez Bryant, and he admitted Wednesday that the Dallas Cowboys’ scheme was partly to blame.

Bryant said he still feels that he’s an elite receiver, and thinks his role in the offense has been unfairly diminished. He also admitted, however, that he has let things get to him more than he probably should.

Bryant said he wants to remain with the Cowboys, but he made clear that taking a pay cut is not on his radar.

Statistically, Bryant is having an underwhelming season. He has just six touchdowns and, barring a massive performance in the season finale, will fall short of 1,000 yards receiving. He has repeatedly denied chemistry issues with Dak Prescott are a factor, but it’s quite clear that he believes he can offer the Cowboys more than they’ve been getting from him.

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