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That Crazy Dez Bryant, He Is Just So Passionate!


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The same thing happened last year.

They hugged at the end of practice.

TD and LT said this happens all the time. However the media wasn't there to report it in their day.

No story.

Move along.

Yep, that was exactly the response I knew was coming. Guess you missed the part about Dez's sideline issues in games.

It's ok to fist fight teammates, because he is soooooooooo passionate!! Lol

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This happens in the first week of most camps. The adrenaline and competitive juices get flowing, its hot, and tempers flare.

However it is this same fire that fuels this team when facing another adversary.

I would rather have a team that is willing to fight than a finesse team.

Thats good stuff," Jones said, according to the Dallas Morning News. "Thats training camp. Now thats not new. Thats been happening at our training camps for years and years and years. It is a throwback to the years when you saw Michael Irvin out here, Deion [sanders] and those guys.

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Nobody wants to talk about the hug and apology. He's such a terrible person.

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The excuses you make for Cowboy players, lol. I remember you vehemently defending Josh Brent also. I bet Michael Irvin wasn't a cokehead who threatened to slice Larry Allens throat in a barbershop either.

You only deal in "facts" if its a Falcons player.

You (and a few of your pals) do anything you can to sling mud on Dez. Regardless if it's justified or not.

You better pray a story about a fight doesn't come out of Falcons camp...

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What are you gonna do?

Dez got in a fight. A Falcon fan was appalled and used it to bash Dez' character. So, whatever he has dubbed Dez or said about Dez, shall also fall on the head of any Falcons player that loses their cool during camp.

Otherwise, hes as bad as WFW.

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1. Camp fights happen...in pads and helmets. Swinging trying to connect on guys without helmets on is a different story. if either one of those two connected, we would be in a different thread talking about this, the injury thread. Again, see Steve smith...there was a redskin one a few years back also. Fist on face is a different story than the usual camp fights.

2. That being said, everyone said the right stuff afterwards, so hopefully it won't linger. Dez always seems to need to tone it back on his own guys though/control his emotions. he should have gotten a 15 yard penalty in one of the playoff games last year at the least for coming back onto the field to argue. The refs were real nice. If you can't see how Dez's emotion can be used against him, I'll point you to a 2007 game(I think), carolina vs the Falcons, when Steve smith started living rent free in Deangelo Hall's head and d hall got 3 15 yard penalize ties in a row. Deangelo and Dez are very similar with how emotional they get in a game.

3. Falcons players are not choir boys, and I don't expect them to be. There are 63 guys on a team, there are always a few knuckleheads. Hopefully, the leadership will keep the knuckleheads in check. When it gets scary is when a knucklehead is a leader/one of your highest paid players. Locker rooms can be lost real quick when a team gets some unexpected losses and people start pointing fingers. The amount of knucklehead players you have on your team becomes very telling at that point.

4. I hope Dallas underestimates is the same way you guys seem to. It's a different day in flowery branch. We have a lot of new players, and a coach with the right attitude and mindset it seems. It will be nice to punch the cowboys in the mouth and see how they deal with it.

So keep talking sh1t...and show back up afterwards if your balls have dropped at all.

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1. Camp fights happen...in pads and helmets. Swinging trying to connect on guys without helmets on is a different story. if either one of those two connected, we would be in a different thread talking about this, the injury thread. Again, see Steve smith...there was a redskin one a few years back also. Fist on face is a different story than the usual camp fights.

2. That being said, everyone said the right stuff afterwards, so hopefully it won't linger. Dez always seems to need to tone it back on his own guys though/control his emotions. he should have gotten a 15 yard penalty in one of the playoff games last year at the least for coming back onto the field to argue. The refs were real nice. If you can't see how Dez's emotion can be used against him, I'll point you to a 2007 game(I think), carolina vs the Falcons, when Steve smith started living rent free in Deangelo Hall's head and d hall got 3 15 yard penalize ties in a row. Deangelo and Dez are very similar with how emotional they get in a game.

3. Falcons players are not choir boys, and I don't expect them to be. There are 63 guys on a team, there are always a few knuckleheads. Hopefully, the leadership will keep the knuckleheads in check. When it gets scary is when a knucklehead is a leader/one of your highest paid players. Locker rooms can be lost real quick when a team gets some unexpected losses and people start pointing fingers. The amount of knucklehead players you have on your team becomes very telling at that point.

4. I hope Dallas underestimates is the same way you guys seem to. It's a different day in flowery branch. We have a lot of new players, and a coach with the right attitude and mindset it seems. It will be nice to punch the cowboys in the mouth and see how they deal with it.

So keep talking sh1t...and show back up afterwards if your balls have dropped at all.

Why is it you keep pointing to Dez when Patmon not only got his hands in his face TWICE, but also threw the first punch?

Now, tell me, as a man, how would you deal with that?

If a guy smacked me in the face twice and then threw a punch, like most guys, you **** better believe Im swinging back.

To play the "Dez is a hothead" card just shows that you not only dont have all the facts, you dont care to.

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And you don't know the facts. What was Dez doing all practice to provoke patmon? You are so quick to defend your boy that that you don't look at the other guys side of it all, do you?

Dez is a hothead. Do I need to start linking articles?

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And you don't know the facts. What was Dez doing all practice to provoke patmon? You are so quick to defend your boy that that you don't look at the other guys side of it all, do you?

Dez is a hothead. Do I need to start linking articles?

I've already posted an account of the altercation by those that were there.

Your media driven opinion is not needed. It is obvious you are condemning Dez based on his past and not the facts in this particular case.

You call me a Falcons hater...you have proven to be a Dez hater.

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Oh jeez, I started actually looking up Dez bryant trouble stories...Umm, there's quite a few there Rave. He is lucky to still be in the NFL, and if that alleged tape ever shows up, he is done.

So, yeah, Umm...sorry if I don't give the benefit of the doubt to dez? I'm sure he was provoking doing things to cause that fight also.

But it's ok, no amount of enabling or being an apologist for his behavior will mean anything when he loses it again.

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Umm. Again, I really don't much about Dez except what I hear. When I actually looked, there was not shortage of incidents, on and off the field. You sound like a Vick apologist, making excuses all the way till he was sent off and pleaded guilty. Just like one, actually.

But hey, the great thing about this conversation is I don't have to say anything else. Dez is his own worst enemy, and people like that you just sit back and watch.

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