Dallas Cowboys stud wide receiver Dez Bryant, who was a first-round draft pick in 2010 is in the prime of his career. Averaging just over 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns per season since his start with the Cowboys, Bryant proclaims to be in the best shape he’s ever been in.
— NFL (@NFL) May 15, 2014
Entering his contract year, Bryant had this to say (via NFL.com).
Trust me, I’ve been working hard,” Bryant said. “I’ve been working six days out of the week. Today is my off day, but I’m going to the facility right now. That’s all I’ve been doing. This year is special.
Setting Bryant’s moodiness, temper tantrums and team-enforced teenager-like curfews aside, let’s take a look at Bryant in his prime and determine this stated fact for ourselves.
Not too bad..
Yeah, ok. I do have to agree with Bryant on his physical condition. Very fine. Ladies and fans agree?
Other than having an insane body, it would appear that Bryant is trying to enhance his image, and take on more of a leadership role as he showed up at the Cowboys’ rookie minicamp that just kicked off.
Dez Bryant just came out onto the practice field at Dallas Cowboys rookie mini-camp.
— Brandon George (@DMN_George) May 16, 2014
Now if Bryant can just keep cool-tempered and limit those wild strip club trips with Jerry Jones this season, that would bode well for contract negotiations in 2015.
— Derek White (@DWhiteDelight) March 27, 2014