July 26, 2010 by staff
Dez Bryant, Dez Bryant is wrong. You may like what it says – it’s here to win championships – but he feels that he is wrong about not wearing pads Patrick Crayton Roy Williams and Miles Austin pads or cushions or pads of any veteran.
It’s a minor way to force the No. 1 pick up a little humility, and Bryant missed a chance to do what is right and what was expected of first bolas perhaps forever.
Since getting drafted by the Cowboys, Bryant has largely done everything right. I was in training camp on time. Has done since the first rookie minicamp over the first three training camp practices. He has a lot of people salivating over their abilities and what it might mean for the success of the Cowboys in 2010.
But he is wrong here.
Is a diva act. It is the result of too favorable and right. I wrote after the first mini-camp that the rookie was hearing too much praise from the coaches. Coaches may feel that way, but did not have to publicly express it all the time. Keep humble guy, keep him focused and constantly remind you that he has not done anything in the NFL yet.
And for those caught up in who made the request – Williams – just stop. Williams was the seventh pick in the draft and carrying pills in Detroit. It is not the messenger. Is the message. Do you know how much Bryant would have had to endure those pills? About 75, 80 yards. That’s it.
Williams actually seems to be losing the public relations battle in reading it some of the comments, which is too bad. He has said all the right things since the Cowboys drafted Bryant. He understands the feelings of many fans about his lack of production. He is upset by it, too.
And this act does not play well in some circles in the locker room. Not that he could rot in a full-fledged scandal, but Bryant is a way to make this right and get everyone to laugh and move on.
At the end of practice today must be received in one of the teams and cars load up worldwide pills and take them to the locker room.
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