The Dallas Cowboys’ offseason conditioning program kicked off on Monday, and Dez Bryant is at the head of the list of players who will pull in a nice payday if they attend at least 90 percent of the sessions.
Per Todd Archer of ESPN Dallas, Bryant has a cool, $250,000 workout bonus coming his way if he meets that requirement. The workouts are technically voluntary, but as Archer points out, they usually see close to full attendance because most players have taken up permanent residence in North Texas.
Bryant is the most handsomely paid of the group, but he’s not the only one with financial incentive to attend.
Pending their attendance, LB Bruce Carter ($50,000), RB DeMarco Murray ($25,000), S J.J. Wilcox, defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford and WRs Dwayne Harris and Terrance Williams ($10,000 each) will also have a chance to fatten their pockets a bit going into training camp.
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