Cowboys Reach Deal With Dez Bryant

According to the Associated Press, the Cowboys announced they agreed to terms with first-round pick Dez Bryant on Thursday.

Although financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but a press conference has been scheduled for 6:45 PM CST by Stephen Jones and full details of the deal should be revealed at that time.

Some rumors have suggested an $11.8 million dollar, 5-year deal including an $8.5 million dollar signing bonus.

Bryant, the 24th pick of the draft, is now expected to report on time for Cowboys training camp on Saturday in San Antonio, and any talk of a hold out has now been extinguished.

I know many were getting uptight about his signing, but check this out. Bryant actually becomes the first first-round pick to agree to a contract. Sam Bradford, who was the No. 1 overall pick, has yet to agree to a deal.

The only draft pick unsigned by the Cowboys is second-rounder Sean Lee, a linebacker from Penn State.

0 replies
  1. Danny
    Danny says:

    All that money (supposedly) for a guy who hasn’t playing since the 2008-2009 College season. Don’t get me wrong, I’m excited about this but the money is rediculous!

  2. Rob V.
    Rob V. says:

    I did hear that he will be signed by Friday night. I also heard more talk this morning about a possible Marcus Spears trade to Miami. That was also the talk around the draft.


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