Bryant Given 'Rules' to Remain a Cowboy
The Cowboys have placed new rules on their troubled receiver Dez Bryant. In an attempt to keep his extremely talented 23-year-old star out of trouble, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has come to an understanding with Bryant.
The agreement gives him a midnight curfew, bans him from strip clubs and alcohol, and keeps team security personnel by his side when he goes out on the town. Bryant will have the security team drive him to practices, games and official team functions.
Bryant is preparing for his third season with the Cowboys. In his first two seasons, he's scored 17 touchdowns for the Cowboys, 15 through the air and 2 on the ground.
In July, he was charged with misdemeanor family violence after an argument with his mother allegedly led to violence.
Bryant must also attend counseling sessions twice a week.