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Wells said the guidelines for Bryant have yet to be finalized. The original guidelines, first reported by ESPNDallas.com, included a midnight curfew unless team officials were notified in advance, bans on drinking alcohol and attending strip clubs, twice-a-week counseling sessions and a rotating three-man security team whose duties would include driving Bryant to and from practices, games and all team functions. "I'm not so sure where media has come up with detail of this nature," Jones said Tuesday on KRLD-FM. "Fundamentally, Dez does -- and I'm convinced -- want to do many things that give him the opportunity to get on track the way he needs to both on and off the field. I think any of this talk or any of these references to what he's going to be doing or what he's not going to be doing in general is one that says let's conform to good behavior, the kind of behavior the commissioner expects, that society expects, that anybody expects if you're going to get the opportunities you are. He does believe he has a great opportunity.