Originally posted by thojess:There were numerous other problems with Bryant besides the traffic incident. That was just the straw that broke the camel's back.Originally posted by waiting4number6:Originally posted by global_nomad:
Didn't he res-erect Antonio Bryant's career
Bryant was always good, the problem with him is he's a moron. That's why we let him go.
He may be a moron, but there were some pretty moronic decisions being made by our FO at that point as well (and lets face it, the dumb moves have continued... Rossum anyone?). IMO, you don't release your best WR because of an alleged offense that he doesn't even get convicted of. In fact, later when said player immediately starts lighting it up with another team, firings are in order.
No one ever doubted his ability - that is why so many different teams took a chance on him. By the way, this board has given Bill Parcells a lot of credit recently for wise personnel moves. Well, one of the moves he made while with Dallas was get rid of Antonio Bryant. 'nuff said.