Dez Bryant: "LaRon Landry looked at me like he wanted to rip my head off."

LANDOVER - SEPTEMBER 12: LaRon Landry #30 and London Fletcher #59 of the Washington Redskins tackles Dez Bryant #88 of the Dallas Cowboys during the NFL season opener at FedExField on September 12 2010 in Landover Maryland. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)

We talk a lot on this website about how DHall talks to much. How Laron Landry flexes too much. Well, apparently it works. Dallas News spoke with Dez Bryant about his first visit to Fedex Field, which was coincidentally his first regular season game in the NFL:

"To tell the truth, what I remember from that game was walking out on the field,'' Bryant said. "I saw LaRon Landry and I saw D Hall. D Hall, he was running past me and there was LaRon Landry looking at me like he wanted to rip my head off.

"I'm going man, I'm on the same field as DeAnglo Hall and LaRon Landry. I was excited about it. I had to come back to reality a little bit. I had to get myself together and play.''

OK, fair enough. So how did it play out?

"The linebacker, (London) Fletcher, he hit me and told me welcome to the NFL,'' Bryant said. "I think he broke my ribs.''

DALLAS WEEK.

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