Dez Bryant had a quiet statistical game on Sunday against Seattle in his first time back on the field after recovering from a foot injury.
But he made headlines with what transpired in the locker room after Dallas' 13-12 loss.
As reported by USA TODAY, Bryant "started screaming at reporters, loud enough that it was heard across the entire room" after the game.
“Stay the [expletive] away …,” Bryant yelled, as transcribed by USA TODAY. “Why don’t you all get the [bleep] out of here? This is our (expletive) locker room. You (expletive) dirty (expletive).”
It's unclear what caused the discontent, but a tweet may give a clue.
After Seattle's Ricardo Lockette suffered a scary injury during Sunday's game, FOX broadcast cameras appeared to show an emotional Bryant making a point to a Seahawks player. It was interpreted by a number of media outlets that Bryant was taunting Seattle after the injury.
Bryant took to Twitter after the game to voice his displeasure in another expletive-laden moment. The tweet has since been deleted, but below is a screenshot.
Dallas is now 2-5 on the year with Philadelphia up next.