Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders, who once mentored Dez Bryant, says the Dallas Cowboys receiver “needs help”, following his run-in with authorities over the weekend. Tim MacMahon and Calvin Watkins, of espndallas.com, have the story, below.
Deion Sanders, who stopped mentoring Dez Bryant months ago, strongly criticized the Dallas Cowboys receiver in reaction to the criminal trespass warning given to Bryant over the weekend at a Dallas mall.
“I’m upset but not surprised whatsoever,” Sanders said on The Ben & Skin Show on ESPN 103.3 FM in Dallas.
Sanders described Bryant’s behavior at NorthPark Center on Saturday as “ignorant.”
The 2010 first-round pick was issued the warning after an off-duty police officer requested that Bryant and his friends pull up their pants because their underwear was showing and Bryant responded with repeated profanity, according to the police report.
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