Here's What Cowboys QB Dak Prescott Said About WR Dez Bryant's Release....
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A day after Dez Bryant ripped into the Dallas Cowboys captains and coaches for his release from the team, captain QB Dak Prescott commented on his wide receiver friend no longer being on the team. Per Cowboys’ official website...

On his relationship with Bryant: “That is a brother to me. Put the football stuff beyond you, what he meant to me as a person, what he meant to me as a brother, it’s tough to see him gone.”

On his role in Bryant’s release: “As much you want to say yeah I want a say so … those guys (front office executives) get paid a lot more than me. That is what those guys are there to do. That is not my decision.”

On how difficult it will be to replace Bryant: “He was a great player. He did a lot of great things for us. He was a guy in man-to-man you go to. Dez is going to be a hard guy to replace. He is a talented guy. So he will be missed.”

On how Bryant will be replaced: “At this point, we got to figure that out with the guys we got. I have thrown with [Allen] Hurns. Deonte [Thompson] is on his way. We have communicated. We will see. We will figure it out. I am sure we are going to go after guys in the draft and free agency. Who knows? All I can do is to continue to get better at my job and do the best I can do.”
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think he handled this about as well as he could given the situation
Reply3 months
Deonte Thompson :gogators:
Reply3 months
"those guys (front office executives) get paid a lot more than me". Not really.
Reply3 months
Dark isn't making very much money yet.
3 months
How come I hear noises coming out of both sides of Dak's mouth?
Reply3 months
He can thank Les for the success he’s had. He wouldn’t be where he is today if Les offered him the QB position at LSU.
Reply3 months
He was recruited as a TE at LSU. Still scratching my head on that one.
Reply3 months
LSU wasn't the only one, chief.
3 months
So, he'd be replacing Witten, ha ha ha.
3 months
Dak is a class act. Hard to believe he is so young
Reply3 months
Yes, he is and Les Miles recruited him as a LB.
3 months
No, Les wanted him to be a TE.
3 months
K... Keep us posted.
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