Dez Bryant Rips Jason Garrett For Not Knowing How To Relate To Black Players, Calls Cowboys ‘Divided Organization’

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Jason Garrett has been used as a human piñata, well, for a very long time now. Jerry Jones publicly aired the Cowboys coaching staff out after a 13-9 loss to the Patriots Sunday left a lot to be desired. NFL Twitter relishes in Garrett’s debilitating phobia of taking literally any risks on the football field.

But of all the derogatory Jason Garrett takes circulating the culture, Dez Bryant’s may be the most aggressive.

Hmm. Where could this possibly be coming from?

Is it the refusal of black players–or really any player–to slap the hand of Garrett, moistened from the daunting possibility of going for it in four-down territory?

Orrr, the more likely scenario is that Dez’s feelings are still hurt from his release from the Cowboys in 2018 before he publicly declared that the organization did him dirty.

Because if I didn’t know any better, I would think that this is the film art for the next buddy comedy produced by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

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