Rumors surface of disturbing Dez Bryant video

Report: Alleged video could jeopardize Dez Bryant's career

The offseason drama between the Cowboys and Dez Bryant could be ramped up amid reports of an alleged incriminating video that involves the star wide receiver.

Several media outlets reported on a mystery video that has allegedly been around for months and may be stalling the contract negotiations between the Cowboys and Bryant.

Mike Fisher of FOXSports.com and CowboysHQ.com spoke exclusively with Cowboys COO Stephen Jones who vehemently denied any knowledge of a video.

Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com was interviewed by the Cowboys flagship station, 105.3 The Fan, and mentioned the rumors surrounding the alleged video, but said no major league insiders have been able to obtain a copy or see it.

Florio added he is not certain the video exists. The video, which reportedly will be released soon, could put Bryant's career in jeopardy. (Click here to listen to Florio's interview.) 

The Cowboys are currently in contract negotiations with Bryant who is looking for a long-term deal worth more than $120 million.

The Cowboys have said they are willing to place the franchise tag on Bryant this season as they work out something long-term.

The franchise tag pays Bryant nearly $13 million in guaranteed money next season.


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