Wide receiver Dez Bryant can be a bit of a problem child. His offseason arrest was the first of his pro career, and the Dallas Cowboys are doing everything they can to make sure their isn't a second.
According to ESPN Dallas, Bryant has agreed to follow strict guidelines placed upon him by the team. They include abstaining from alcohol; a midnight curfew; no attendance of strip clubs and attending nightclubs that have only been approved by the team; and attending couseling sessions twice per week. A rotating three-man security team will be assigned to Bryant with one of those guards being around him at all times. Those guards will also drive Bryant to practice, games and team functions.
I would like to know how the team goes about approving those nightclubs.
In any case, the Cowboys are just making sure one of their most valuable players stays focused on football. The Cowboys need Dez more than ever right now considering that Miles Austin and Jason Witten are injured. Bryant has a minor knee injury, but he is expected to play Sept. 5 versus the Giants. Ranked by FFToolbox as the No. 13 WR this year, Bryant is one of my favorite players to draft. If he stays devoted to the game, his upside is so hard to turn down.