Although ‘hard to describe,’ Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has become a budding role model

Dez Bryant will become Tony Romo’s best friend on the gridiron this autumn.

Making plays that are “hard to describe,” writer Calvin Watkins says electric Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has been “dominant” at training camp.

Taken 24th overall in 2010, the 24-year-old Bryant has caught 200 balls for 2,871 yards and 27 touchdowns over 43 games as a Cowboy.

Born to a rock peddler, the native Texan had long been notorious for acting violently and lacking responsibility.

Now maturing and concentrating strictly on football, Bryant has reportedly developed “incredible chemistry” with Dallas quarterback Tony Romo.

Teaming with offensive talents Miles Austin and Jason Witten, opponents will be forced to double-team Bryant at their own risk.

Recovered from a fractured left index finger that required surgery in January, the freakish 6-foot-2, 218 pound Bryant is an absolutely menacing physical force who can overwhelm defenders with strength, size and speed.

Mentally, physically and emotionally improving, Dez Bryant deserves ample credit for overcoming a terrible upbringing that can only be “hard to describe.”

A budding role model, the former Stillwater star is destined to shine in the “Big D” this autumn.

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