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Dez Bryant mum on contract talks

IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has talked plenty about his contract situation the past few weeks. On Thursday, he was not going to talk about it. And if any questions came up about his deal, then the interview session was over. There were plenty of questions for Bryant, who still talked for a long time inside the locker room, but his future was never broached. After a six-catch, 158-yard, two-touchdown second quarter in the 31-17 win against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Bryant was asked about his contract.
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Giants prepared for Cowboys' Dez Bryant, with or without Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

The Giants have a contingency plan for covering Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant if Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie's injury acts up.

Cowboys LB Bruce Carter on free agency: “it will play itself out”

Dez Bryant isn’t the only player in Cowboys uniform that will be a free agent once the season ends. Enter the locker room and turn left and you will see that DeMarco Murray, Bruce Carter, Bryant and Dwayne Harris all …

Banged-up Giants secondary wary of Cowboys' Dez Bryant

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The New York Giants think Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is a really good player. This was my No. 1 takeaway from the Giants' locker room Thursday. I learned a lot in there, including the facts that Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie thought the movie "Interstellar" was too long and center J.D. Walton got a paycheck this week that was for $0.00 because his previous checks had failed to withhold federal income tax and they're in the process of correcting that.
The MMQB | SI.com Nov 17, 2014

Jordy Nelson is Ready for His Close-Up

When it comes to wide receiver royalty, you know the names. Calvin Johnson, Dez Bryant, Demaryius Thomas, A.J. Green. This season, Antonio Brown of the Steelers very much vaulted himself into that company. Make room for another name: Jordy Nelson. If I were filling out an All-Pro ballot right now (and there’s still a long […]

Cowboys' new way of business impacting Dez Bryant

IRVING, Texas -- Dez Bryant's contract situation seems to get more scrutiny by the day. In case you haven't heard, Bryant is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent when the season ends. The Dallas Cowboys had talks with Bryant's former agent, Eugene Parker, but never really came close to a deal. The Cowboys have said hello to Bryant's new agents, Roc Nation, as well as CAA's Tom Condon, but the dynamic remains the same in the negotiations. The Cowboys want to keep Bryant on a long-term deal.
Blogging The Boys Nov 15, 2014

What Does Cowboys WR Cole Beasley Bring To The Table?

Cole Beasley has always been a fringe player in the NFL. What does he bring to the Dallas Cowboys that keeps him on the team? Cole Beasley did not have a good game against Jacksonville, (to be fair, no wide receiver not named Dez Bryant did). But in breaking down his tape you can see why the coaches like him so much. He's a consummate professional; he runs clean routes, he does his best to block downfield, he's not afraid to go over the middle. One play stands out, on Dez Bryant's second touchdown catch every Dallas player stops and watches after Dez catches the ball, even Jason Witten....
ESPN Fantasy Football Nov 14, 2014

Latest buzz on Bryant's contract

With Dez Bryant nearing the end of his current contract with the Dallas Cowboys, there has been plenty of buzz about whether or how they will be able ...

Jerry Jones: Dez Bryant’s contract is not a distraction; He’s loyal and so are the Cowboys

In late August, Dez Bryant said he wanted to table contract negotiations if he didn’t sign a new deal by the season opener. Bryant, who is in the final year of his rookie deal, didn’t want contract talks to become …
Cowboys’ Dez Bryant on contract talks: ‘Don’t test my loyalty’

Cowboys’ Dez Bryant on contract talks: ‘Don’t test my loyalty’

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is getting frustrated with protracted contract negotiations.Cowboys Dez Bryant on contract talks: Dont test my loyaltyRemorseful Brent wants to make a positive return to CowboysCowboys CornerFollow Charean Williams on TwitterFollow Clarence Hill Jr. on TwitterOn FacebookFollow Drew Davison on Twitter

Dez Bryant on wanting a new deal: I’m a very loyal person, but don’t test my loyalty

IRVING – While Dez Bryant wants to remain a Dallas Cowboy for the rest of his NFL career, he made it clear on Wednesday that it will have to come at the right price. During a 15-minute question-and-answer session while …
Florida Times-Union Nov 11, 2014
Jaguars notebook: 2013 draft picks have rough day against Dallas

Jaguars notebook: 2013 draft picks have rough day against Dallas

The Jaguars are a team building through the draft, but their first four draft picks of 2013 all struggled at times against Dallas in London on Sunday during their 31-17 loss. Top pick Luke Joeckel gave up a sack, second- and third-round picks Johnathan Cyprien and Dwayne Gratz had problems tackling Dez Bryant on his two touchdown receptions and fourth-round pick Ace Sanders muffed a punt that turned momentum early in the game. read more
Blogging The Boys Nov 11, 2014

Is There Really A Problem Between The Cowboys And Dez Bryant?

The latest "controversy" to swirl around Dallas involves the star receiver and what is reputed to be going on regarding negotiations for a new contract. Dez Bryant is up for a new contract after this season. The Dallas Cowboys want to get him signed, but they also have to be concerned with cost and the salary cap. Bryant recently changed his representation for negotiating a new deal. He does not want to be franchised, but the team still has that option if they are forced to use it. Those are the fairly well established facts framing the situation concerning Bryant's contract. But over the...
Dez Bryant has proved to Cowboys he’s worth it

Dez Bryant has proved to Cowboys he’s worth it

Dallas gambled on the receiver four years ago, so these new concerns about his family are irrelevant.

Dez Bryant inspires Jason Garrett to run down sideline

LONDON -- Jason Garrett saw Dez Bryant sprinting down the right sideline after hauling in a long pass from Tony Romo in the second quarter, so he started sprinting, too. Bryant’s 68-yard catch with 19 seconds left in the first half gave the Cowboys a 24-7 halftime and left Garrett breathing heavily. “I wouldn’t describe it as a sprint,” Garrett said with a grin. “I don’t think anybody would. “Really, the issue there is that I thought he went down the first time, and then I thought he went down the second time.

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