NFL Insider: League 'Should Do Something' After Dak, Dez Met For Workout Amid Coronavirus Shutdown

105.3 The Fan
April 08, 2020 - 1:26 pm

DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - Just last week, Dez Bryant took social media by storm when he announced on Twitter that he had just completed a workout with his former teammate, Dak Prescott. In a photo that appeared on Bryant's account, he and Dak Prescott are seen with a few others on a football field in the Dallas area. 

Fast forward to this week, and now Bryant is revealing more details of the workouts, posting videos of himself catching passes from Prescott. And while fans are still excited to see both players provide them some excitement as they sit at home without sports during the coronavirus pandemic, voices are getting louder about their lack of adherence to the state of Texas and Dallas County's social distancing mandates.

One of those voices is Mike Florio's of Pro Football Talk, who wrote a scathing article about how Prescott and Bryant "continue to flaunt their defiance of rules that have caused millions to change their habits dramatically."

Florio joined 105.3 The Fan on Wednesday morning and called for both players to be punished by NFL commisioner Roger Goodell. 

"If you've got players who are violating the local laws that say 'thou shall stay home during this pandemic,' and they are both creating a real risk of spreading the virus, and sending a horrible message to others who may be influenced to do the same thing. I would like to see the NFL do something," Florio said on Shan and RJ. "Even if you're not going to suspend anyone or fine anyone under the personal conduct policy. I want the commisioner to post a video, to issue a statement, telling all players who are in the NFL or hope to be back like Dez Bryant, that they must comply with all applicable state and local requirements as what they should and shouldn't be doing during this pandemic."

Listen to the entire interview below.

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