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Hey, Dez, there's no crying in football

Tom Hanks made the line famous in "A League of Their Own."

Maybe Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant should take it to heart in football too.

Bryant said he walked off the field before the end of the 'Boys' stunning loss to the Packers because of his emotions.

Bryant said he went into the locker room and cried.

Really? In a regular-season game?


He really is an emotional wreck.

He seriously needs to grow up.


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