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Dez Bryant Video: Ignore the Rumors

And so the shit storm begins.

Supposedly there’s a video of Dez Bryant doing something he shouldn’t be doing. Various websites are reporting on this as if it’s anything real, just to spread the wildfire as far and wide as they can, and they’re getting plenty of page hits from it, too.

  • It’s 5 times worse than the Ray Rice video
  • It happened at Wal-Mart
  • Bryant’s old friends are using it for a bidding war between TMZ and the Cowboys
  • It’s interfered with contract talks
  • Adam Schefter says it’s real and that he’s been working on it since September
  • And the list goes on and on and on….

I’m just as interested to know what it is as everyone else, but I’m not dragging Blue Star Times into the muck of speculation. The source should be ashamed of themselves for going about it this way.

Video or not, readers everywhere are condemning Bryant for this video they haven’t even seen so much as a screenshot of yet. It’s pitiful. ESPN’s Adam Schefter says it’s real and yet he admits that he hasn’t seen the video or screenshots of it. Also pitiful.

I could include links to the sources of all the sites spreading this completely unfounded rumor, but why would I send traffic to sites trying to profit from fiction passed off as bona fide news? If a video does exist, the team will handle it accordingly. And if it’s anything like the Ray Rice video, thanks to Ray Rice, the league will be quick to act on it as well. That’s IF there is a video.

I have my doubts about ROC Nation in general, so this just smells like a PR stunt to me.

That’s all BST is going to say on it until there is actually something to say.

To whoever the source is, release the video or go away. You’re confusing the “Fans”.

What do you think?

Bryson Treece

Written by Bryson Treece

Nothing gives me greater joy than the experience of being a Dallas Cowboys fan come time to check another victory on the schedule every Sunday. I live Inside the Star everyday and blog on it occasionally, as well. Follow us on Twitter - @InsideTheStarDC

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