Dez Bryant blew up on reporters Thursday, saying the following:

"You just did! ... How bout y'all just fix this s***, Rich! How bout you fix it Rich, you talkin' to us, you're talkin' to the wrong people. You talkin' to the wrong people ... I'll make sure I'll put it out there, since ya'll aren't gonna say nothin'. I'm gonna make sure call Dev Street a n***** ... I'm gonna post that on Twitter. And then I'm gonna let em know why I do this ... why I do this. I'm a gonna let it be known why I did it ... S*** ain't right, man."

"Rich" is Rich Dalrymple, the Cowboys' senior vice president of public relations and communications. But the majority of Bryan't anger was reportedly directed at ESPN's Jean-Jacques Taylor, titled, "Dez Bryant must be Dallas Cowboys' focal point."

The lede in Taylor's piece was, "The Dallas Cowboys need more from their petulant Pro Bowl receiver than a profanity-laced tirade and excuses for his lack of production this week against Philadelphia."

Fellow receiver Devin Street also claimed that Taylor called him a "n*****," which Bryant addressed. Taylor, like Bryant and Street, is black.