Dez Bryant Says He’s Done With Domestic Violence, Speaks At Rally
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver seems like he is trying to grow. Bryant has had a somewhat quiet off-season, and the only peep you’ve heard out of him, was the morning he got mistaken for a drunken Browns defensive tackle with a similar name.
Bryant who was involved in a violent situation with his mother last summer, made a surprise appearance at a domestic violence rally in Dallas according to USA Today.
The event was dubbed “Dallas Men Against Abuse,” and Bryant apologized for his role in a domestic altercation in July with his mother.
After the rally, Bryant said he only wanted to talk about football.
“Here’s all you need to know,” he said. “I’m done with domestic abuse.”
“I made a mistake,” Bryant told a large crowd that attended the rally spearheaded by Dallas mayor Mike Rawlings. “I just want everybody to know, it’s not good to hit women and I challenge every man out here to X all domestic violence of your life.”
On Sunday, Bryant wrote this on Twitter: “The way I think and the way I’ve been going about my business lately.. I have no choice but to be successful #thatsallGOD”