Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he’s planning on taking more trips down to the sidelines, so maybe he’ll be able to wrangle in volatile wide receiver Dez Bryant, who Jones says he ‘needs more’ from.
Jones, speaking on his weekly KRLD-FM 105.3 radio show praised Bryant’s efforts off the field, though, suggested that while he’s matured – the Cowboys need more from him in that regard:
“I can only say that, off the field, in terms of his responsibility, doing things, attending meetings, being the kind of off-the-field citizen of the team, player of the team, then there has been dramatic improvement from when he got out of college, but we need more. Plus, it’s one that you really want to continue to get better.”
Bryant of course had an epic sideline rant during the Cowboys’ last second loss to the Detroit Lions in Week 8, sparking a multitude of questions and concern regarding Bryant’s maturity.
Some have suggested though it was simply Bryant’s overflowing passion which sparked the outburst.