Dez-ed & Confused: Here’s the Dez Bryant Walmart Police Report

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LANCASTER, TX -- It's the most talked about video on the planet right now. The question is does it actually exist? And if so, has anybody seen it? This mysterious Dez Bryant tape has become the Bigfoot of all videos.

Even though the All-Pro all has never been suspended during his five years in the NFL, he somehow always seems to catch some grief. But now there's a clue about what might be on that tape.

NFL media asked for and got the Lancaster PD report from a disturbance that occurred in a Walmart parking lot back in 2011. The report says an unknown person reported seeing a man dragging a woman from one vehicle to another. The vehicle she was reportedly dragged from was a white 2011 Mercedes registered to Bryant.

Cops identified the woman as Ilyne Nash, Bryant's girlfriend and mother of two of his kids.

So who was the guy dragging her out of the car? When cops arrived, the Benz was empty but a black Cadillac, also registered to Bryant, arrived at the scene as well.

The report then gets a bit convoluted about who showed up and why, but the bottom line is that after questioning everybody Lancaster PD decided there was no offense and everyone was free to go.

So is there a video out there that shows what really happened in this parking lot? Does Bryant have a starring role? Did the cops drop the ball? Is this why he doesn't have a new contract?

This is one case where we could really use an instant replay.

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