Dez Bryant

#88WR,
Yds
796
Y/G
61.2
TD
8
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 220
Born:
College: Oklahoma State
Birth Place: Lufkin, Texas
Draft: 2010 1st round (24th pick) by the
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    TV? Coach? GM? Jason Witten talks career plans after he's done playing

    "Bill has been a great resource for me over the years. I think he's getting a little soft here in his old age, telling us to retire. I think for him he's seen what Tony has gone through. Coach has been gone now for over 10 years. I think that's no different than a family member, somebody you love, you want to see them healthy and move forward. Coach knows I love to play ... and I feel good. He's certainly a resource for me, a mentor who allowed me to get to this position. I feel confident that I can play and continue to play. For Tony, I know he had some people in his circle that he talked to and valued their opinion and I think coach was one of those guys." On how he's feeling: "I feel good.

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    NBC, JPMorgan Chase, MLB win Sports Business Awards

    Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts was named Sports Executive of the Year at the 2017 Sports Business Awards in New York City. Major League Baseball was named Sports League of the Year, and the Chicago Cubs were honored as Sports Team of the Year. Almost 900 people attended the event at the Marriott Marquis at Times Square on Wednesday night. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the industry. The award was presented by longtime sports broadcaster and NFL play-by-play announcer Al Michaels. Here's the full list of the winners: Sports Breakthrough of the Year: Fanatics Best in Property Consulting, Sales and Client Services: AEG Global

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    With the offseason settling in and the Dallas Cowboys considered the prohibitive favorites to win the NFC East again, it's easy to forget where Dallas was this time last year in its search for a backup to Tony Romo . Dak Prescott was not definitely the answer. Just ask his quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson, who pointed out to Todd Archer of ESPN last week that Prescott had terrible feet and didn't know how to call a play. "The snap, he'd never done that," Wilson said. "Never called a play. He had his feet all goofed up. Never been under center too much. Never. Rarely said the words in the huddle or really any verbal communication at all." This was right after rookie minicamp, basically a year ago