Updated 12:31 PM EST, Wed, Jan 26, 2022

Dez Bryant News & Rumors: Career in Jeopardy? Violent Video Expected

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The public is now awaiting for the rumored release of Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant's alleged violent video which is expected to be circulated Wednesday. It could put the athlete's career in jeopardy, reports have claimed.

The supposed disturbing video is allegedly worse than the Ray Rice video which showed the football star punching his wife inside a casino elevator, according to reports which Fan Sided cited.

The Cowboys, however, denied knowing about the video and its circulation but still, discussions of its content and how it will affect Bryant's career are still very prominent on social media.

Quoting ProFootball Talk's Mike Florio, Business Insider said that major insiders know about the video for months already. Florio added that the video was taken years ago and that it shows an incident from off the field.

Meanwhile, ESPN's Adam Schefter said in a recent interview that he has been gathering information on the existence of the said video since September.

He said he has not seen it but noted that "there's a lot" involved in the video. Asked when the it will be released, Schefter said he has no knowledge about it.

"It's taken up a lot of my time this season I'll say that. Well listen, whatever we've been working on is not ready and maybe it never will be. Who knows? You've got to be very careful on these things. People can talk about videos, they can talk about this they can talk about that. The fact of the matter is, it doesn't mean anything and it's really not fair to him right now until you have all your facts in line. Which we spent a long time trying to do," he explained.

These statements, according to Yard Barker, could mean that the video exists and it could be the reason why Bryant's contract with the Cowboys is still on hold.

In an attempt to defend himself amidst the rumors, Bryant tweeted a cryptic message which indicated that he felt "betrayed."

"I need to get me a real raw uncut tv show or something ... I can't continue to get betrayed like this," the wide receiver said on his tweet.

In a recent post on his social media page, Bryant asked the people to stop the rumors about the alleged violent video.

"Just quit with the b.s. .... It's clear as day what's going on... I might need to do a exclusive interview about my life these past 5 years since the world is destined to know.... i use to let people take advantage of my life now that I'm no longer allowing that to happen it seems to be a problem... I'm not ashamed of none of my past incidents because that's what made me who I am today," he said in a message he typed on his phone.

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