Josh Norman Admits Dez Bryant Never Threatened to Shoot Him

Nov 24 2016 Arlington TX USA Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman reacts to a defensive stop during the second quarter against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

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"The pushing and shoving gave way to sniping from both locker rooms with Bryant saying that Washington should get its money back from Norman and Norman alleging that Bryant said "Where I come from we unload the clip" when the two came together after the final whistle". In two games against each other this season, Bryant has been targeted seven times in 26 plays with Norman in coverage.Bryant has caught three passes for 32 yards and zero touchdowns.

"It's football at the end of the day". Of course Bryant is not going to have anything good to say about Norman after a game.

"He did that both times in this battle against Odell Beckham", he said as footage of Norman vs. Beckham rolled. "It was a game". Norman was the No. 1-rated corner in "Madden NFL 17"; Peterson was fourth. What am I going to go back and forth for?

"I wish I never did what I did, but that's OK because it's over with now", Bryant told SportsDay on Monday.

"It was a game; we lost, they won", Norman said.

On Thanksgiving Day, though, things got a bit out of hand. "Can only control what we do". Norman has been the subject of much discussion among fellow players. When you're at the top, everyone's gunning for you. Norman has been picked apart for failing to cover the opposition's best receiver in the season opener against the Steelers, for not facing Bryant when he played in the slot, and for playing mostly zone rather than man coverage.

They'll have a tough test visiting the Cardinals, who despite their record, have proven playmakers and are desperate to stay alive in the playoff race. "Not be beat, man".

The Dallas Cowboys continue their AFC North tour the first Sunday of November when they travel to Cleveland to meet the Browns.Though the Cowboys only see the Browns once every four years, they did get to face their newly presumed starting quarterback, Robert Griffin, during his tenure as a Washington Redskin.

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