Dez Bryant revels in Jason Garrett losing his job as Cowboys coach: 'No sympathy'

Most Dallas Cowboys fans are happy to see Jason Garrett go.

Count Dez Bryant among them.

The former Cowboys receiver reveled in the news on Sunday that owner Jerry Jones decided to fire the 10-year head coach.

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Tell us how you really feel, Dez.

Why’s Dez mad at Garrett?

Bryant played his entire career from 2010-17 under Garrett’s tenure with the Cowboys. He made three Pro Bowls and earned one All-Pro nod as a Cowboy.

He also experienced a grand total of one playoff victory and saw his production fall off when the team switched from Tony Romo to Dak Prescott at quarterback, signaling the end of his career.

Dez Bryant is happy to see Jason Garrett go. (Andrew Dieb/Icon Sportswire/Getty Images)
Dez Bryant is happy to see Jason Garrett go. (Andrew Dieb/Icon Sportswire/Getty Images)

Other than the apparent sources of frustration, Bryant declined to delve into any behind-the-scenes dirt on his feelings for Garrett.

But it’s clear Bryant believes that Garrett didn’t have the courage to stand up to Jones.

Bryant may not see eye to eye with Garrett, but he does have one thing in common with his ex-coach.

They’re both former Cowboys looking for NFL work.

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