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Offbeat Dez Bryant lashes out at media for 'betraying' him

05:30  16 may  2018
05:30  16 may  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

Cowboys WR coach notes 'inconsistencies' during Bryant's 2017 season

  Cowboys WR coach notes 'inconsistencies' during Bryant's 2017 season Dez Bryant is no longer with the Dallas Cowboys, but their coaching staff is still talking about him. Bryant, who had spent his entire career with the Cowboys prior to being released on April 13, recorded 69 catches for 838 yards and six touchdowns last season, but it wasn't enough for the franchise to retain him.Although Bryant is a free agent, Cowboys wide receivers coach Sanjay Lal noted that No. 88 wasn't close to approaching Pro Bowl form in 2017."I still saw he's physical and violent at the route top," Lal said of Bryant to Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News. "He's still one of the best slant runners in the league.

turning down the Baltimore Ravens recently (reportedly a three-year deal worth million), Bryant responded by saying the media is “ betraying ” him . — Dez Bryant (@ DezBryant ) May 15, 2018. Responding to a fan who asked if he was retiring, Bryant lashed out by saying “this media is a joke.”

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Dez Bryant is an emotional guy and has oftentimes been misunderstood throughout the course of his NFL career. As the former Dallas Cowboys star continues to look for work, he’s being hit with some pretty big questions by fans of his on Twitter.

And based on his responses, Bryant isn’t a happy guy when it comes to how the media is covering him these days.

In response to a fan wondering if he regrets turning down the Baltimore Ravens recently (reportedly a three-year deal worth $21 million), Bryant responded by saying the media is “betraying” him.

Responding to a fan who asked if he was retiring, Bryant lashed out by saying “this media is a joke.”

Bryant is once again in the news this fine Tuesday because his old Cowboys teammate Jason Witten told ESPN’s Adam Schefter he believes the receiver will end up signing with the Green Bay Packers. Unfortunately, based on a report, the Packers have no interest in signing Bryant, who has gotten barely a sniff from teams since the draft.

Brad Stevens joked Jayson Tatum should be careful taking advice from Laker great Kobe Bryant .
Celtics coach Brad Stevens made it clear he was joking and said he watched the Kobe video too."Well, I think you gotta be careful taking it from a Laker, first of all, right? No, I'm kidding," Stevens told reporters before Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals. "I watched it too.

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