Dez Bryant Goes Off On Reporters Over Alleged Racial Slurs

The Dallas Cowboys are 2-6 and and it’s starting to get ugly in their locker room.

We all know Dez Bryant and the media don’t get along and on Thursday, it got worse when the #88 reportedly went off on reporters in the team’s locker room.

According to Mike Leslie of WFAA-TV, Dez Bryant was asked by reporters whether or not he was talking to the media on Thursday. Bryant declined, and then proceeded to explain, “in a very loud manner” why he wasn’t talking to the media, calling the media ‘dirty’ on several occasions.

But what really escalated the situation was when the star wide-out accused ESPN’s Jean-Jacques Taylor of calling wide reciever Devin Street a n—–.

As Taylor argued his point back at Bryant, Street stepped into the fray. Taylor continued talking to Bryant, and appeared to tell Street that he wasn’t talking to him, but rather he was talking to Bryant. Street hollered out that Taylor had called him “a n—-.”

 

Dez Bryant turned to twitter to confirming that he indeed did go off on the media and gave his side of the story:

 

This isn’t the first time Dez Bryant had an altercation with the media, following the Cowboys loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 8, Dez had a heated exchange with reporters who questioned his on-field actions after Seattle’s Ricardo Lockette had suffered a serious injury.