The Dallas Cowboys have one of the best offenses in the NFL and an improved defense, but injuries have held them back from reaching their full potential in the 2014 NFL season.
Dez Bryant smiled through a “no comment,” yet the questions kept coming about a new contract with the Dallas Cowboys. Before long, the star receiver said a deal wasn’t about money, which prompted someone to ask what it was about.
NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport said the Cowboys were hesitant to offer big money to Dez Bryant because of off the field concerns. Let’s take a closer look at the incidents in question.
Dez Bryant’s desire to be a ‘Cowboy for life’ has not faded. But on Wednesday he made it clear that through the frustration of waiting on a contract extension, he’d like to make certain that commitment is reciprocated.
According to the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Cowboys are hesitant to offer big money to Dez Bryant because they are nervous about his off-the-field behavior.
Tony Romo returned for the Dallas Cowboys vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game in London and helped lead the Cowboys to a big win.
The Cowboys ended a 2-game losing streak by taking care of business against Jacksonville.
Romo returned after missing last week and helped the Dallas Cowboys snap a two-game losing streak, throwing three touchdown passes Sunday in a 31-17 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
On the eve of kick off, a massive collection of Cowboys quotes from the Saturday Fan Forum outside of Wembley. This is extensive, raw and “every moving blade of grass,” as I know the Fan Fan likes it:
Dez Bryant is on-record as saying one of the reasons he is associating himself with Jay-Z’s sports marketing firm is a desire to reach “icon” status.
Dez needs to be elite on the field. He’s the first to concede that hasn’t happened in two straight Dallas loses as he’s managed to catch passes for 30 yards or fewer in both games – a career-low mark.
Dez Bryant reiterated his desire to be a Cowboy for life on Sunday, but also said he’d be “highly disappointed” if Dallas chose to franchise him.