Bryant moving on from 'unfair' suspension

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) - Dez Bryant believes the NCAA was

"unfair" in its handling of his rules violation case at Oklahoma

State and judged him based on the belief that Deion Sanders had

been serving as a runner for an agent instead of the accusation

that he lied to an investigator.

Bryant said in an interview Wednesday that Sanders did not

introduce him to agent Eugene Parker during an offseason meeting in

Texas that eventually led to a yearlong suspension. Bryant, a

top-rated wide receiver, instead left school and entered his name

in this year's NFL draft.

Bryant says he has matured as a result of the situation, and he

is now focused on the combine next week in Indianapolis and the

draft in April.