The Dallas Cowboys have loss five straight and see themselves in last place in the NFC East and Dez Bryant is pissed about it.
Following Sunday’s 13-12 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, Dez reportedly let his frustration out on the reporters in the locker room.
According to USA Today’s Eric Prisbell: “Bryant started screaming at reporters, loud enough that it was heard across the entire room. The Cowboys public relations staff attempted to intervene but Bryant kept yelling.”
“Stay the (expletive) away,” Bryant reportedly yelled, per Prisbell. “Why don’t you all get the (expletive) out of here? This is our (expletive) locker room. You (expletive) dirty (expletive).”
The interview above shows Bryant criticizing the media during the post-game media availability in the locker room.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bruce Irvin defended Dez on Twitter, saying, “Dez was talking to the officials the whole time, never said anything about lock.”
These verbal outbursts are a common theme for America’s Team as last week, controversial defensive end Greg Hardy was involved in a sideline altercation with Dez Bryant and special teams coach Rich Bisaccia following a 100-yard kick return by Dwayne Harris.
The Dallas Cowboys currently sit at 2-5, last place in the NFC East with a big Week 9 showdown with the Philadelphia Eagles coming up, a game in which if the Dallas Cowboys lose, it’ll be tough to crawl out of even when Tony Romo is eligible to play November 22nd.