It took about a month, but Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant finally addressed the media today. Nothing that is going to shake the foundation of the earth or cause any kind of a stir nationally, but on his 23rd birthday Bryant said he is 100 percent healthy and knows this offense 100 percent, too.
As for his penchant displaying all of his emotions on the field, and sidelines, he has no plans to change that part about his game.
"I'm used to it. It's crazy. It comes with it. It's OK. Hopefully one of these days it will fade away," Dez said today. "The picture doesn't show anything different. It's just the way others look at it; they don't know what I'm saying. You can ask Tony or Miles or anyone, it's all positive. I think it's crazy if I go on the sidelines and yell in my teammates face, it's out of line. What I try to do is motivate my teammates. That's all I'm doing. It won't change. That's how I play. I'm emotional about the game."
"That is the way I am and that is the way I play. I wouldn't be the same person if I stopped playing with passion."
- Mac Engel