Dez Bryant: Dallas Cowboys' WR Angers Front Office with No-Show
Dez Bryant Continues His Run Of Bad Decision-Making
The NFL was open for business for one day last week, and during that time Dez Bryant was suppose to go to the Dallas Cowboys’ facility and meet with Owner Jerry Jones.
That never happened.
Bryant, who got sued by several Dallas-area jewelers for unpaid bills and was tossed out of a Dallas-area mall in the last few months, failed to show for a meeting Jones already had announced would happen.
This also meant team doctors could not examine his ankle and get a first-hand look at how it is healing.
Dez no-showed. And although Jerry tried to alibi for Bryant on Friday, let's be clear here. Dez out-and-out punked Jerry by no-showing.
"I was out of town, in New York for the draft, and just got back," said Bryant's local adviser, David Wells, on Saturday. "I've got a lot of calls on it, but I truly don't know what happened."
Bryant had red flags prior to the 2010 NFL Draft, but the Cowboys are an organization who feels confident they can handle big egos.
What the Cowboys did not count on was a player who is so immature he frustrates everyone who tries to help him to the point where a lot of them already have given up or cut ties.
Bryant’s teammates wanted to sit down and have a talk with him, but that has yet to happen.
I am cynical when it comes to Bryant. It seems to me he has the mentality of a four-year old, and if that is something he has not matured out of by this point in his life, then it probably is not ever going to happen.
The Cowboys are stuck now because Bryant is an incredible talent on the field who seems impossible to deal with off the field.
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