My Two Cents: The Training Camp Fight….


My two cents……..

A few of my followers on Twitter yesterday what did I think about the Dez Bryant and Tyler Patmon training camp “fight”.

Look things like this happen at every training camp every year. This is a non issue and it was just two teammates who’s competitive nature got the better of them.

The two hugged it out afterward and kept it moving. I know all the other national media outlets will make it bigger than what it was but hey it is the Dallas Cowboys. Everything we do makes the news wire. I can’t wait for this season to start!!!!

Go Cowboys

Video: Bryant/Patmon Tempers Flare:

 

 

Bryant and Patmon Hug It Out:

 

Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Comments on the Bryant/Patmon scuffle:

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Bryant’s Agent Tom Condon Talks Contract And Is His Client Willing To Sit Out Games.


Dallas Cowboys wide out Dez Bryant’s agent Tom Condon talks his client’s contract negotiation  with the Dallas Cowboys organization.  Dez Bryant came out earlier in the week claiming he is prepared to sit out games until the two sides come to an long-term agreement.

Dez Bryant could be done for the season; seeking a second opinion


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Richie Whitt of 105.3 the fan first reported that Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant had torn ligaments in his finger and will have season-ending surgery, and would be placed on injured reserve.

It is now being reported that Dez Bryant has a fractured left index finger that could require surgery. Bryant is the Cowboys leading receiver with 1,028 yards, nine touchdowns, and 75 receptions.

Bryant hurt the finger in the 4th quarter of the Cowboys emotional 20-19 win against the Bengals. He missed five plays then returned one play before his touchdown catch.

The Cowboys hope Bryant can avoid season-ending surgery. He is scheduled to visit a hand specialist to get a second opinion.

Happy Birthday Dez Bryant


 

 

Happy Birthday to Dallas Cowboys wide receiver no. 88 Desmond “Dez “Bryant. He played college football for Oklahoma State University, and earned All-American honors. He was chosen by the Dallas Cowboys in the first round (24th pick overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.

 

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