NFL Training Camp: Dez Bryant Shouldn’t Carry Roy Williams’ Pads

July 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Sorry Roy Williams, Dez Bryant doesn't need to carry your pads.
No one should.
Bryant, the Dallas Cowboys' 2010 first-round pick, made headlines after morning practice on Sunday by refusing to carry shoulder pads for Williams—a 2004 Detroit Lions' first rounder.

Why would he?
This morning on Mike and Mike In The Morning, former NFL player Mike Golic laid it out well when he said it doesn't matter who Dez Bryant is or who Roy Williams is. In the NFL, certain amounts of hazing have always happened and nowadays it is much different from the truly shameful acts that happened in the 70s and 80s.

Frankly, hazing is the wrong work for what goes on. Hazing conjures up the wrong picture. Hazing is what happened to Matthew Carrington in 2005. His death from "water intoxication" resulted in "Matt's Law," a California law that allows for felony prosecutions in deaths that result from hazing.
Hazing brings about the fear and trepidation the 1993 movi...

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