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Dallas Cowboys’ Dez Bryant goes on explicit tirade after Seattle Seahawks loss

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The Dallas Cowboys lost 13-12 to the Seattle Seahawks last night it what was a very close game throughout. 

But instead of being gracious in defeat when speaking with reporters after the game, one Cowboys player could not withhold his frustrations, this was no other than Dez Bryant.

The wide receiver had recently given the NFC East side a much-needed boost after returning from a foot injury which had him sidelined since the opening game of the season against the New York Giants.


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According to USA Today, Bryant was disrespectful towards reporters and went on a tirade.

He said: “Stay the [expletive] away. Why don’t you all get the [expletive] out of here? This is our [expletive] locker room. You [expletive] dirty [expletive].”

He may have been frustrated due to the accusations made against him that he taunted Seahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockette, who went down in a concerning fashion and was motionless during the game last night. He was later revealed to have suffered a bad concussion.

Bryant said on his twitter about the accusations, via Pro Football Talk: “Say this is some bulls–t. I got on one knee and prayed for Lockette I would never in my f–king life do some s–t like that.”

The 26-year-old was locked up by the Seahawks secondary for the majority of the game last night and ended the game with two receptions for 12 yards and zero touchdowns.

Bryant will be hoping to find more opportunities in the passing game when the Cowboys play against the Philadelphia Eagles next Sunday night.

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