Dez Bryant-Tyler Patmon fight video shared on Cowboys’ Twitter

“And when you’re a guy like Dez who has obviously the skills he has, he has a high energy level, you know it’s hard for these defensive backs in the NFL to cover him, so they resort to other tactics”.


Bryant signed a five-year, $70 million contract extension, with $45 million guaranteed just hours before the July 15 deadline for teams to sign players who were given the franchise tag. Sure, these spectacular plays may not count because they’re taking place during practices or scrimmages, but they’re still pretty fun to watch. Their teammates had to restrain them, per the Cowboys’ official website. “Nobody competes more the Dez Bryant”.

Things eventually cooled down. “At the end of the day, we shook hands, we hugged and we respect one another”. I got a little heated. Bryant said he got a “little overheated” with the fellow former Oklahoma State player. “I’m just trying to win ball games”, Bryant said after the incident, according to the Associated Press. That’s what happened. At the end of the day, he wasn’t going to back down.

The lengthy negotiations – going back to last November – fueled speculation that the Cowboys were still anxious about off-the-field issues, which also played a role in Dallas even having a chance to get him late in the first round after his draft stock fell in 2010.

“Of course, you have to like that”. Head coach Jason Garrett added, “Dez is one of those guys you love to have on the football team”. That’s why Patmon is here.

Patmon is an undrafted second-year player still fighting for a roster spot a year after making the team with a strong camp and preseason. “It’s no pressure, man”, Bryant said after the Cowboys finished their first day of training camp practice. “Brothers fight sometimes. Cornerback and receivers”.


Dez says there is no pressure to put up big numbers in 2015, its just all about growing as a person.

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