Florida Man Threatened Dallas Cowboys Employees Because Team Didn't ‘show Him the Real Money,' Police Say

Police were called to the home of a former college football player in Florida this week after he reportedly threatened employees of the Dallas Cowboys because the team didn't select him in this year's draft.No charges were filed against Keyon Reed, 26, over the incident.Police went to Reed's home in Melbourne, Fla., for a welfare check just before 2 p.m. Thursday after someone from the Cowboys organization reported his calls. "He was making threats to harm people if the Cowboys did not sign him," a police report says.Reed was not home when officers arrived, but relatives brought him there a short time later. He admitted calling Cowboys employees because he was upset that the team wouldn't "show him the real money" and sign him, police said.  Continue reading...

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