Dallas Cowboys star wide receiver Dez Bryant has buried the hatchet with Joseph Randle just a couple days after the two had a bit of a scuffle at practice, Bryant said after the loss to the Cardinals on Sunday.
"It's OK," Bryant said, per Tim MacMahon of ESPN Dallas. "I had my talk with him. There are certain things you just don't do. We fixed it. We're good. That's my little buddy.”
The run-in was set in motion when video was released of Randle’s brief stay in jail after he was charged with shoplifting in Frisco. The video showed Randle discussing some of Bryant’s legal troubles, specifically mentioning the 2012 incident in which Bryant was charged with family violence after a scrape with his mother.
Bryant apparently took exception.
"Over the last 25 years, I've seen some of the most intense situations with chemistry that you could draw up and it usually works itself out," said owner and general manager Jerry Jones. "These guys work it out among themselves as teammates."
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