The Dallas Cowboys have come up with a plan to help keep receiver Dez Bryant, who was arrested in July in connection with the alleged assault of his mother, out of trouble.
"What we've tried to do is come up with a plan for Dez like we would for any player who we feel like needs our support, and help him be his best as a player and as a person," Cowboys Coach Jason Garrett said. "And the accountability factor is an important part of that with him and with anybody on our football team."
Under the Cowboys' plan, Bryant will attend weekly counseling sessions, have a full-time security team and not be allowed to drink alcohol or visit strip clubs. The security members will drive Bryant to team functions, including practices and games.
“We're going to control what we can control as an organization, and Dez has done everything that we've asked him to do up to this point both on and off the football field,” Garrett said.