Andre Gurode says Cowboys will approach Dez Bryant
Dez Bryant’s impromptu tryout for Mallrats 3 and the stories that followed detailing how he owes hundreds of thousands of dollars all over the place for jewelry, tickets and back rent, among other things, didn’t go unnoticed by his teammates.
They caught attention of what was going on and the uproar that was caused. Bryant’s ex-mentor Deion Sanders said that the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver needed help. It’s there for him if he wants it, according to center Andre Gurdoe, who appeared on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas.
“I think we will approach him as a group and we all want the best for Dez and we all will reach out or have reached out to try to get in contact with him and tell him that this is a situation you’re going through and we want you to get through it and get over it,” Gurode said, according to the Dallas Morning News. “If you need any help call us and we’ll definitely sit down and talk to you.”
If Bryant was wise, he’d react positively to his teammates reaching out to him. That’s a good idea for a second-year player who clearly is in need of some good advice.
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