Dez Bryant knows exactly who to blame when it comes to the Deshaun Watson controversy: The Houston Texans.
On Friday, Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson learned that he will not face criminal charges.
“After a Harris Country grand jury was presented all the evidence and had the opportunity to hear from all witnesses, grand jurors declined to indict Deshaun Watson,” the statement from the Harris Country District Attorney’s Office read. “Grand jury proceedings are secret by law, so no information related to their inquiry may be disclosed.”
Watson’s agent posted a telling message on Twitter after the announcement.
Dez Bryant had way more to say. The free agent WR took to Twitter and accused the Houston Texans for the entire ordeal, even suggesting that they did all of this to him because he did not want to play for them anymore.
“Let’s talk about it… they tried to ruin his reputation and they tried to ruin his life because he didn’t want to be apart of a dysfunctional organization.
What about the endorsements that he lost?
What about his missed opportunities?”
“What about the fucked up, negative people and comments that will be forever engrained in his mind and have to deal with as a result of a false report.
I don’t care what anyone says it’s been designed to build dirt and tarnish the black successful athlete…”
The NFL, meanwhile, released a different message after this ruling.
“We have been closely monitoring all developments in the matter which remains under review of the personal conduct policy,” the league said.