Dallas Cowboys Dez Bryant attends mini-camp workout, but not practicing

 

Dallas Cowboys wideout Dez Bryant wants to have a new long-term contract deal. Until now, Bryant has refused to sign his franchise tag. Bryant is schedule to make $12.823 million on the franchise tag.

He missed the first round of the Cowboys OTA’s and he has been expressing his intention of not joining the Cowboys in the training camp or even some regular season games if his desire of a new deal won’t be granted.

To the surprise of many, Bryant made a visit to the final day of the Cowboys’ mini-camp at the AT&T Stadium, but he is not in uniform and not practicing.

According to ESPN Staff Writer Todd Archer, Bryant sat with his teammates.

“Bryant sat with his teammates in the stands as coach Jason Garrett addressed the team and a video played on the center-hung scoreboard. As players warmed up, Bryant played a quick game of catch with Cole Beasley and spent a quick moment talking with Tony Romo.”

“It’s great to have him here. Dez obviously hasn’t signed his franchise deal yet, so he’s not practicing,” coach Garrett said. “He’s dropped in really throughout the offseason program. Dez is a special guy. He’s obviously a heck of a football player, obviously very important to our football team. His approach is really well respected by anybody on our team, the guys he goes against. He’s got a great passion for the game, and it’s great to have him here.”

Bryant might be softening his heart on his stand about his contract.

Clearly, in Bryant’s Twitter, he wants to have a security in his contract and he wants to play with Dallas longer than a year.

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