The NFL world has been buzzing about a video involving Dez Bryant of the Dallas Cowboys that may or may not exist
The video is said to be linked to an incident in a Walmart parking lot where somebody called the police and said a woman was being “dragged” by a male.
A week later the video still hasn’t surfaced and people in the NFL disagree about whether or not the video exists.
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com was a guest on The Dan Patrick Show and said his sources disagree on the existence of the video.
“I have not been able to positively determine whether or not [the video] currently exists,” Rapoport told Dan Patrick. “I’ve spoken to some people who think one way. I have spoken to some people who think the other way. Four of these sources are extremely in-the-know and they think different things.”
Rapoport did suggest that a video may have existed at one time, noting that there is a camera system set up in the Walmart parking lot. However, he made it clear that he has been unable to confirm that one still exists.
Rapoport went on to say he doesn’t know if the mysterious video will ever be released or if we will ever find out what happened.
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