— Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) August 3, 2015
Dallas Cowboys superstar wide receiver Dez Bryant is already throwing fisticuffs while on the field at training camp.
Oftentimes greatness comes from competitive fire. We’ve heard all the tales from the past.
This includes Michael Jordan’s past incidents in practice, as he’d often come to blows with teammates.
In the NFL, coaches on all levels actually secretly promote the act of fighting during training camps. During the season it shouldn’t happen, but in the hot summer heat of August it brings fire and, believe it or not, team comradery.
This notion is never absent for Dez Bryant and the Dallas Cowboys.
Remember last season when Dez wound up going toe-to-two with J.J. Wilcox? Well, he’s at it again in 2015. Bryant got into it with Cowboys cornerback Tyler Patmon during a play. Then, he took a jab while after the play.
Word on the street is that all is well in the Cowboys world now.
Dez and Patmon hug it out to cheers after practice
— Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) August 3, 2015
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Dez and Patmon get into it on the far side. They’re still jawing pic.twitter.com/YKcx1i8NmS
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) August 3, 2015