Cowboys' Jones first talk with Bryant since arrest
August 1, 2012 at 12:49 AM CDT - Updated June 28 at 2:25 AM
By STEPHEN HAWKINS AP Sports Writer
OXNARD, Calif. (AP) - Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has finally talked with Dez Bryant about the receiver's recent arrest.
After the Cowboys wrapped up their second day of training camp practices Tuesday, Jones said he has talked extensively with Bryant. Jones called it a great visit but didn't elaborate on details of the conversation.
During a camp-opening news conference two days earlier, Jones said he hadn't talked to Bryant since the former first-round pick's July 16 arrest for allegedly assaulting his mother. Jones said then he didn't know why he hadn't talked to Bryant.
On Tuesday, Jones said he had been too mad and didn't want to talk to Bryant emotionally.
Bryant hasn't been available for interviews because of pending legal issues, and still the possibility of NFL or team discipline.
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