After ex-Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant's twitter outburst, team Vice President Stephen Jones and offensive lineman Travis Frederick responded to his claims of disrespect.
Linebacker Sean Lee, who Bryant said was partially behind his release from the team, also spoke with an NFL Network reporter about Bryant's accusations.
Lee said Friday he "did butt heads" with Bryant because he wanted the 2014 All-Pro to be "more accountable to this team and his teammates." But Lee said it was "absurd" to think he could force a player's release.
The exchange was prompted by a radio station's tweet from an interview with executive vice president of personnel Stephen Jones. He suggested that quarterback Dak Prescott felt pressure to get the ball to Bryant.
In an expletive-laden response, Bryant criticized the team's play-calling. A second tweet suggested "my brother snake Lee I mean Sean Lee" and center Travis Frederick had a hand in the decision to release Bryant.