Dez Bryant has hopped on Twitter and reacted to the death of former Cowboys star Marion Barber. Dez posted a video on Twitter with the caption;
Too much to digest, so much too say… This is real life, it can be any of us. We need each other, we need unity… RIP Marion Barber may God rest your soul.
According to TPS;
Former Dallas Cowboys running back Marion Barber was found dead in his Frisco, Texas apartment at 38 years old.
Barber’s former Cowboys teammate Dez Bryant got all of his crying out of the way and released a video of Wednesday to send a very important message.
Since his playing career ended, Barber had several legal issues, one of which was of him being detained by police in 2014 and taken to a hospital for a mental health evaluation, and was then arrested in 2019 on a pair of misdemeanor criminal mischief charges.
Barber was set to turn 39-years-old on June 10th.
The Plymouth, Minnesota, native was first selected by the Cowboys in the fourth round of the 2005 draft. He ran for more than 4,300 yards and had 47 rushing touchdowns over the next six seasons with the team.
Barber had been struggling in life.
The last news story about Barber was an arrest in 2019.
Former Dallas Cowboys running back Marion Barber has been arrested in Texas on criminal mischief charges, jail records show.
Barber, 36, was taken into custody on Wednesday by Prosper police in connection to a July 2018 incident. He was released later in the day after posting $2,010 bond, Denton County jail records show.
Marion Barber III — former Dallas Cowboys running back — was arrested in Texas yesterday … TMZ Sports has confirmed.
According to police records, Barber was arrested just after 8PM on Sunday night — and he’s being held for “mental detention and observation.”
Police tell TMZ Sports Barber was taken into custody at his home. However, sources tell us the incident for which Barber was arrested occurred at a nearby church.
“As I watch this video and me knowing exactly how Marion Barber life is going right now today is why I built @personalcorner …. I can’t even enjoy it because he’s down and out bad…we are just a stat and moments to most people…” Bryant said, via Twitter.
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