Dez Bryant better play by Jerry Jones' rules

August, 27, 2012
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IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys' plan is obvious. They want to save Dez Bryant from himself.

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Bryant, one of the stars of training camp, has agreed to a rigorous set of rules designed and implemented by Jerry Jones and the Cowboys to prevent any off-the-field issues from affecting his ability to maximize his immense potential.

When Bryant was arrested and charged with misdemeanor family violence last month after an incident with his mother, we all wondered whether he'd get suspended for a game or fined.

Or if he'd be summoned to New York at least for a visit with the commissioner. Well, it has been six weeks, and if it hasn't happened yet, it doesn't seem like it will.

It seems like the Cowboys informed the commissioner of the rules being put in place for Bryant, and he decided that was good enough for him.

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Jean-Jacques Taylor joined ESPNDallas.com in August 2011. A native of Dallas, Taylor spent the past 20 years writing for The Dallas Morning News, where he covered high schools sports, the Texas Rangers and spent 11 seasons covering the Dallas Cowboys before becoming a general columnist in 2006.

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