Roy Williams carries his own pads, says "not a big deal"

Dallas Cowboys receiver Roy Williams can't even get his 4-year-old son to carry his shoulder pads.
Williams joked after Monday's practice that he was mad at him
too, a day after rookie receiver Dez Bryant refused to carry
Williams' pads.
As for the drama created when first-round pick Bryant said
Sunday that he wouldn't participate in one of the rookie rituals of
carrying a veteran's pads off the field after practice, Williams
says it is "not a big deal" and that the teammates are fine.
Williams was still holding his pads while signing autographs.
Bryant didn't comment while jogging off the field with cameramen
and reporters following him.
Coach Wade Phillips says he talked to the team about what he
calls "a non-issue."

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