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Dez Bryant Responds To Cowboys In Epic Twitter Rant, Calls Sean Lee "A Snake"

Dez Bryant celebrates after a touchdown.

If you thought that Dez Bryant possibly signing with the Cleveland Browns would be the biggest news about the free agent wide receiver today, you thought very wrong.

The 29-year-old's successful tenure in Dallas came to an end after the season when he was released by the Cowboys. There is clearly some lingering bad blood on both sides.

It all started when Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones, the son of Jerry Jones, criticized Bryant this week. Jones said he thinks quarterback Dak Prescott will trust the system more this year than last year when "Bryant was in his ear."

Bryant wasn't having that.

Things got better though. Dez not only called out ownership, he also accused Sean Lee of trying to force him out.

Dez continued by telling fans he wasn't bitter, but was upset with how the Cowboys tried to tarnish his name after he left.

Dez did finish the stream off with well-wishes for his former teammates Ezekiel Elliott, Dak Prescott, Cole Beasley and Terrance Williams.

Dez is always an interesting Twitter follow. Today was a clear example of why.