Dez Bryant returned to the field Sunday after missing the last five games with a fractured right foot. The Cowboys' star made two catches for 12 yards while on the field for 48 of Dallas' 58 offensive plays in the Cowboys' 13-12 loss to the Seahawks .
But after the game, Bryant was particularly upset with tweets that accused him of taunted Ricardo Lockette with, "That's what he f-cking gets," while the Seahawks receiver was laid out on the turf of AT&T Stadium.
It all started late in the first half when Dallas safetyJeff Heath delivered a blindside shot that knocked out Lockette. Pushing and shoving between the teams ensued, while a cart was driven onto the field and Lockette was strapped down and taken to a local hospital for a precautionary exam.
In a seven-second video clip, Bryant appears to utter a profanity while he points his index finger at Seattle linebacker Bruce Irvin.
Dez Bryant on Ricardo Lockette injury: "That's what you f-cking get." #Leadership pic.twitter.com/Pb3d1UGZX5— NFL Memes (@NFL_Memes) November 1, 2015
In the locker room, Bryant angrily denied wishing harm upon Lockette and put the blame directly on media for creating the rumors. When asked if any of the Seahawks accused him of the profanity, Bryant responded with "Nah man. Y'all did, man. Bull s--- media did," reported ESPN.
"I won't ever, ever, ever, ever wish bad on a player that's been knocked down. C'mon, man. Stop with the bulls---," said Bryant. "Not once did I say that's what you get. I got on one knee and prayed for that man."I got on one knee and prayed for him. C'mon, man. Don't put clips together and do
Bryant also defended himself in a since-deleted Tweet.
With no other accusations from anyone else on the field, it just might be Bryant's word against social media's.
Only a lip-reader knows for sure.