Dez Bryant threatens to miss Cowboys camp, games

Well, Dez Bryant is disgruntled with the Dallas Cowboys again. This time, they might want to consider taking him seriously.

ProFootballTalk is reporting that the wide receiver has informed the team that he will miss camp, and potentially games, if an agreement on a multi-year contract isn’t agreed upon by this Wednesday, July 15.

Per Ed Werder of ESPN, Bryant contacted the Cowboys with the news:

Bryant has made it clear more than once this off-season that he will miss camp and potential playing time. Now, Bryant said he will “skip training camp if he isn’t signed to a deal other than the franchise tag by the deadline.”

Bryant stands to make $12.823 million under the franchise tag. He would make more than $28 million over the next two seasons if he were tagged again in 2016, PFT reports.

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