2010 NFL Draft: Dez Bryant’s Draft Stock Dropping Like Flies

April 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With 22 days remaining before the NFL Draft, every draft prospect is getting into big preparation for the three day weekend.
Whether beginning to impress scouts and general managers at individual workouts or Pro Days, many stocks are rising within the first few rounds of the draft.
One example is Texas safety Earl Thomas, who might have pulled himself into the top 10 after his impressive Pro Day.
However, a prospect on the decline? Wide receiver Dez Bryant. Entering this year's draft as the unanimous No. 1 receiving prospect in the class, Bryant has faced a lot of criticism since his exit from college football.
Whether it was lying to investigators about his workouts with Deion Sanders, or even forgetting the proper cleats at his Pro Day this past week, Bryant is seeing his stock go south.
With that in mind, Bryant lashed out at his critics, which was not the best option he could have taken.
According to the USAToday.com, Bryant said,  "I'm not the ty...

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