• Dez Bryant to take anger management counseling

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Nov 15, 2012
    • Cowboys' Bryant agrees to anger management

      IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant has agreed to a year of anger management counseling as part of a deal that could lead to dismissal of a family violence charge over a dispute with his mother.
      Source: CNNSI.com
  • Dez Bryant’s case to be reviewed under personal conduct policy

    The fact that Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant could eventually secure a dismissal of the charges arising from the alleged assault of his mother by completing an anger-management course and staying out of trouble won’t keep him out of trouble with the league
  • Cowboys' Bryant relieved, can focus on football

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant said he's glad his offseason arrest for domestic violence, from a legal standpoint, is over and he can now concentrate on football.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Dez Bryant ‘extremely excited’ about dismissal of family violence charges

      IRVING — Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant said Thursday that he is relieved to have reached a deal with the District Attorney’s office to have his misdemeanor family assault charge conditionally dismissed. Bryant spoke with media members for about six
    • Terms set for dismissal of Bryant's charge

      A domestic violence charge against Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has been moved to conditional dismissal, according to Bryant's attorney and Texas state senator Royce West.
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Jason Garrett on Dez Bryant’s case: Cowboys want ‘the right kind of guy’

    IRVING — It was reported Wednesday that Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant had reached a deal with the District Attorney’s office to have his misdemeanor family assault charge conditionally dismissed. During his Thursday press conference, Cowboys coach

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