Dez Says There Is No Reason To Worry!

Michael McCann SI.com

According to Dez Bryant the Dallas Cowboys have no reason to worry about him. Bryant says he is ready to move past the negative perceptions that people have developed about him. Bryant was on 103.3 FM the “Ben and Skin Show” and that there is no reason to worry.  “All I know is every body’s entitled to their own opinion,” Bryant said. “In my eyes, I feel like the Cowboys have nothing to worry about. I’m getting everything done like I’m supposed to do. I’m ready to go out and play football and do what I do best.”

Bryant has been in the news the last week because ex mentor and ex-Dallas Cowboy Deion Sanders express his concern over Dez and his current of the field issues. Bryant congratulated Deion on his recent introduction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame but went on to say, “My focus is on the Cowboys,” Bryant said. “Whatever is said about that situation that can be said, I’m done with it, I’m just ready to move on.”

Bryant’s relationship with Sanders began to sour after NCAA violations at Oklahoma State that caused Bryant to lose his final year of eligibility. Bryant has said that he is cleaning up his act and his close group of family and friends has only 3 members and they are helping to keep him out of trouble.

I hope that Bryant is back on track because the Cowboys are really going to need him to have a break out season if they are going to win the NFC East and beyond. I think Bryant has cleaned up his act but only time will tell, as for Deion I think he just needs to leave Dez alone and let him do his own thing. You Deion might just be throwing gasoline on a fire that was beginning to die down.

Topics: Cowboys, Dallas Cowboys, Deion Sanders, Dez Bryant, NFC East

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