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Ezekiel Elliott backs Dez Bryant with tweet

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Dez Bryant may no longer be a member of the Dallas Cowboys, but he still has Ezekiel Elliott in his corner.

Bryant was on Twitter Tuesday sparring with followers over reports and talks about his future. He said the media was “betraying” him and called them a “joke.”

Elliott took a break from tweeting about the Eastern Conference Finals to express his support for Dez.

“Doubt 88 all you want. He gone ball regardless,” Elliott said of Bryant.

Not a ton of Cowboys talked about Bryant after the Cowboys released him in the offseason, perhaps because they were told not to. But Elliott has supported him all along, calling the move “tough” last month.

Bryant remains a free agent following his release by the Cowboys and seems to indicate that is by intention. His former teammate Jason Witten thinks Dez will end up signing with one NFC North team.

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