The Fort Worth Star-Telegram posted video from an interview with tight end Jason Witten in which Bryant can be heard yelling in the background.
Warning: Videos below contain offensive language.
Fox 4 provided footage of Bryant's exchange with a man Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram identified as Cowboys public relations director Rich Dalrymple:
According to Hill, "Bryant went on a tirade, calling out Taylor and the media for negative reports about the team."
WFAA-TV's Mike Leslie reported the events in the locker room and noted part of Bryant's verbal altercation was directed toward ESPNDallas.com's Jean-Jacques Taylor:
Hill detailed the events further, noting, "Bryant accused Jean-Jacques Taylor of ESPN of using the N-word in reference to teammate Devin Street," which Taylor, who is black, denied. Hill also noted the "accusation was uncorroborated by any members of the media or the Cowboys public relations staff within earshot."
Robert Klemko of Sports Illustrated's MMQB first reported the altercation on Twitter:
Hill noted Bryant then directed his anger at Klemko for reporting the incident and provided more details on the exchange:
Bryant didn't calm down until coach Jason Garrett came in and escorted him out of the locker room.
"They are dirty, dirty, dirty, dirty, dirty, dirty," Bryant yelled to Garrett. "They are all dirty coach, especially him [Klemko]."
Garrett also addressed the situation Friday, per Pro Football Talk, saying, "Dez didn't handle that situation the right way."
Garrett added that the team has talked to Bryant about the situation, per Hill.
The Cowboys have lost six games in a row without starting quarterback Tony Romo, so it's no wonder frustration has boiled over.