A former Dallas Cowboys star and the brother of Dak Prescott appear to be feuding on social media this afternoon.
On Sunday, former Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant suggested that Prescott reach out to Tony Romo this offseason. Bryant feels that Prescott could benefit from training with his former Cowboys quarterback, who now works at CBS.
The Cowboys' offense faltered down the stretch, especially in the Wild Card loss to the 49ers. Dallas has too much talent on offense to be one-and-done in the playoffs.
Prescott's brother, Tad Prescott, was tagged in a response to Bryant's tweet. He doesn't appear to be a fan of the suggestion.
The drama didn't end there, though.
Bryant and Tad Prescott continue to trade barbs on social media. The former Cowboys wide receiver shared a screenshot of an alleged text message he received from Tad Prescott.
The ex-Cowboys wide receiver maintains that he wasn't taking any shots at Prescott. He believes the quarterback can win a Super Bowl in Dallas and could be helped by some offseason work with Romo.
"I believe Romo can help your brotha.. I played with both guys…your Brotha got a opportunity to do what Romo or myself couldn’t do… I stand on it," he tweeted.
Prescott's brother, meanwhile, appears to be fed up with Bryant.
Bryant denies talking about Romo, Witten or any other players with Prescott's brother.
The Cowboys lost to the 49ers, 23-17, in the Wild Card round last weekend. It's shaping up to be another drama-filled offseason in Dallas.