Dallas Cowboys Wideout Dez Bryant expresses he won’t report unless he gets a contract deal

The deadlock between the Dallas Cowbosy and Dez Bryant continues to exists as no contract has been made to the request or desire of the wide receiver.

The Cowboys receiver wants a long-term deal while the Cowboys would rather have him for a one year deal. Bryant expressed his intention Monday by using his Twitter account.

The wide receiver wants a long-term contract with the Cowboys. If there’s not deal, then he will not be play for the Cowboys. Bryant already told Cowboys executive Vice President Stephen Jones that he will not join training camp and will not play regular season games unless they agreed on a long term deal before Wednesday’s 4:00 PM ET deadline for franchise players to sign multiyear contracts.

Last year, in a contract year, Bryant led the NFL with 16 touchdown receptions. The Cowboys captured the NFC East with a 12-4 record and helped coach Jason Garrett earn a contract extension.

If Bryant insists through on his threat, the Cowboys would start the season without their best offensive player as well as pass-rusher Greg Hardy and linebacker Rolando McClain, both of whom are suspended for the first four weeks of the season.

Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant and Cowboys COO Stephen Jones already disagree on one topic from one of their recent conversations: Whether Bryant threatened not to show up absent a long-term contract. They’re likely to disagree on another topic that allegedly was discussed, according to Profootballt

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