As a rookie with the Cowboys in 2010, Dez Bryant was told that it was his responsibility to pick up the tab for a dinner with teammates.
Some of those teammates ran wild with the most expensive items they could find on the high-end steakhouse menu, and when the check came, it was $55,000.
Reflecting on it now, Dez Bryant says that it was an eye-opening experience. It made him angry about some of his veteran teammates, and it also made him re-assess how he dealt with teammates.
“The way I look at that is some guys do it just to be [expletive],” Bryant said on FOX Sports 1, via the Dallas Morning News.
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