Irregular Heartbeart Removed Dez Bryant From One Team's Draft Board

Prior to the NFL Draft, at least team removed Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant from their draft board due to character issues.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, there was one team who did so for medical reasons.

"At least one team took Cowboys WR Dez Bryant off its draft board due to an irregular heartbeat. Other teams aware of heartbeat.", Schefter posted on Twitter.

Bryant (6-2, 224) was suspended by the NCAA for much of the 2009 season after lying to NCAA investigators about a visit to Deion Sanders' house. The most physically-talented receiver in the draft, often compared with former Texas Tech wide receiver Michael Crabtree. Bryant caught 87 passes for 1,480 yards with 17 touchdowns during his last full season at Oklahoma State.

The Dallas Cowboys traded up with the New England Patriots to select Bryant with the 24th overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. Bryant will wear #88, Michael Irvin's old number.

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