The Dallas Cowboys’ Dez Bryant could face a fine and/or league suspension for the incident that led to the 23-year-old receiver turning himself into the authorities on Monday, as the league will further investigate the altercation that could have been (among other things, obviously) a violation of the NFL’s personal conduct policy on Bryant’s part.
Per the Dallas Morning News, NFL spokesman Michael Signora said that the league will look into the incident as is necessary.
“We are aware of it and it will be reviewed as appropriate,” Signora said.
Bryant was charged with a Class A misdemeanor domestic assault charge, stemming from an altercation with his mother, Angela Bryant, at a residence in DeSoto on Saturday. He turned himself into police on Monday, the news of the incident ending what had (to that point) been a quiet offseason for the Oklahoma State product.
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