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News: MySA: Cowboys' Bryant ready to show how much he's matured

Discussion in 'News Zone' started by CrazyCowboy, Aug 1, 2011.

  1. CrazyCowboy

    CrazyCowboy Well-Known Member

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    Dez Bryant's eyes lit up as he recalled the moment this summer when he realized his injured right leg was healthy again.


    http://www.mysanantonio.com/sports/...ryant-ready-to-show-how-much-he-s-1681704.php
    “About the end of June, I was in my backyard, playing basketball, feeling good, dunking, windmilling, 360s, doing everything,” Bryant said. “That's when I knew.”

    Now with training camp under way, the mercurial second-year Dallas Cowboys wide receiver is out to prove he's as sound in mind as he is body.

    Bryant had an impressive rookie season, but a tumultuous offseason increased doubts that he can act professionally on and off the field.

    It all began in the spring with an incident at a Dallas mall that required police attention. That embarrassing situation was followed by a spate of legal issues that revealed debts nearing $1 million.

    But Bryant said he did a lot of growing up in the months that followed and is ready to toe the line this season after reportedly amassing fines in the six figures last season for tardiness.

    “I know you guys are going to be watching everything I do, but that's life,” said Bryant, 22. “I feel like I've matured more as a man, and, hey, I'm ready to go.”

    He better be. With the release of Roy Williams, Bryant is slated to start alongside Miles Austin.

    “I really learned some great things from Roy,” said Bryant, who has continually looked impressive in practice at the Alamodome. “I feel like I'm ready to fill that spot.”



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  2. Z mann R2

    Z mann R2 Member

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    ohhhh man I'm ready for Bryant to explode!!!

    I think this season is a season for maturity and TEAMwork! Think we'll have a good year
     
  3. newnationcb

    newnationcb Well-Known Member

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    I knew I must have had a leg injury my whole life and didn't know about it:eek::
     
  4. DanTanna

    DanTanna Original Zone Member

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    Awe SH;;T ! (shoot)

     
  5. WoodysGirl

    WoodysGirl U.N.I.T.Y Staff Member

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    By Tom Orsborn
    torsborn@express-news.net


    Updated 06:18 a.m., Monday, August 1, 2011

    Dez Bryant's eyes lit up as he recalled the moment this summer when he realized his injured right leg was healthy again.

    “About the end of June, I was in my backyard, playing basketball, feeling good, dunking, windmilling, 360s, doing everything,” Bryant said. “That's when I knew.”

    Now with training camp under way, the mercurial second-year Dallas Cowboys wide receiver is out to prove he's as sound in mind as he is body.


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