After a hypothetical question concerning the future of Dallas Cowboys’ rookie receiver Dez Bryant was posed this week on ESPN Dallas, rumors abound suggesting that, in the very least, the team would consider trading the Oklahoma State product.
Most every fan who has heard owner and general manager Jerry Jones speak so much as a word about Bryant--his talent, his potential, etc.--figured immediately that any such rumor was nonsense, and today, the Cowboys’ vice president Stephen Jones confirmed as much, saying that the idea was “totally wrong,” per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Of course, Bryant was a rare bright spot for the Cowboys in a miserable 2010 season, posting 45 catches for 561 yards and six touchdowns through 12 games--as well as two touchdowns on punt returns--before a fractured left fibula cut his rookie season short.
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