Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant was caught freaking out on the sidelines in Detroit on Sunday, but it's unclear what caused this outburst.
For another look at the incident:
Update: Monday, Oct. 28 at 11:17 p.m. ET
BRYANT: No! We can’t let them do that! These [expletive] [unclear.] They’re manning me the [expletive] up. We destroy that!
Hey — we gotta mix that [expletive] up! [Unclear, PA covers up Bryant's comments.]
They press me! [Or maybe "It's fresh meat!"] It’s over! [Unclear]
BRYANT: [Unclear] I’m cutting! I’m cutting clean.
I know on that last one, they bust me, it’s over.
Update: Monday, Oct. 28 at 5:15 p.m. ET
Charean Williams of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram provided a comment from Bryant on the situation:
Dez just said he was upset about the Lions' game-winning drive and "I had every right to be". That was his only comment today.— Charean Williams (@NFLCharean) October 28, 2013
Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas also gave an update:
Bryant said everything is OK with him Witten and Romo.— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) October 28, 2013
Dez Bryant said his outburst isn't about wanting the ball. It's more about winning.— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) October 28, 2013
Just got off phone with Terrell Owens. He was vocal in his support of Dez Bryant and blasted the media for its double standard.— mike freeman (@mikefreemanNFL) October 28, 2013
Owens: "Why is Tom Brady showing passion when he screams at players, but Dez is out of control?"— mike freeman (@mikefreemanNFL) October 28, 2013
Owens: "Jason Garrett, Romo, Witten…they all tried to get rid of me. They would do the same to Dez if he was younger."— mike freeman (@mikefreemanNFL) October 28, 2013
Owens: "Romo said it was a non-issue. This was the first time they lost a game with under two minutes left and Tony didn't lose it."— mike freeman (@mikefreemanNFL) October 28, 2013
Owens: "I don't want to say it but I do wonder if race plays a part in the double standard. Why is Brady treated one way, and Dez another?"— mike freeman (@mikefreemanNFL) October 28, 2013
Update: Sunday, Oct. 27 at 4:30 p.m. ET
Bryant was back it at after the Cowboys allowed a late touchdown that ended up costing them the game. This time, it was tight end Jason Witten that he got into it with:
It was an intense game, and it looked like Bryant got caught up in the moment a few times.
The receiver finished with three receptions for 72 yards and two scores, but Dallas couldn't find a way to come out on top.
Update: Sunday, Oct. 27 at 5:45 p.m. ET
Mike Fisher of Fox Sports Southwest reports that the owner and the coach of the Cowboys had postgame meetings with the players involved in these spats:
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