Dez Bryant Thinks Johnny Manizel Deserves to Be Suspended
(OXNARD, Calif.) -- As the NCAA continues their investigation into whether or not Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel accepted money in exchange for autographs, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant thinks Manziel deserves to be suspended if he is indeed found guilty.
"Hell, yeah, I'll be mad," Bryant said. "But I don't want him to get suspended. I would be mad more at the NCAA for how they do things."
"I just feel like it's not fair," he added. "This is something I have no problem talking about because I feel like somebody needs to say something to them and let it be known how they treat people is not right."
While Bryant is not rooting for Manziel to be suspended, Bryant knows a thing or two about dealing with the NCAA. Prior to the 2009 season Bryant was one of the top players in the nation while at Oklahoma State. But he was suspended 10 games by the NCAA for lying to an NCAA investigator about having lunch with former NFL star Deion Sanders.
Despite his immense talent, Bryant's suspension played a role in his draft-day slide. He was selected 24th overall in the first round by the Cowboys.
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