Dallas Cowboys rookie receiver Dez Bryant says he's done talking about being asked by Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland in a pre-draft interview if his mother was ever a prostitute.
After his first workout with the Cowboys during a rookie
minicamp Friday, Bryant repeatedly said he didn't want to talk
about his interview with Ireland. Bryant says he wants to "put
that in the past" and is "just looking ahead now."
Bryant's on-field debut with the Cowboys came days after Ireland
apologized publicly, the NFL players union raised concerns about
discrimination and degradation, and Dolphins owner Stephen Ross
said he would look into the matter personally.
Bryant says he's fine and his family is fine.